Reporters Without Borders

Deadly violence

Yemen

Despite Saleh departure plan, supporters and security forces still targeting journalists

December was a particularly black month for media freedom violations in Yemen although President Ali Abdallah Saleh agreed to a plan proposed by (...)

Published on 5 January 2012 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Media in the eye of the storm as revolutions sweep the Arab world

Reporters Without Borders takes stock of censorship and infringements of the right to information during the pro-democracy uprisings that began a (...)

Published on 1 December 2011 Read

Yemen

Media workers caught in clashes between loyalist troops and opposition forces

Reporters Without Borders is greatly concerned by the growing violence that is directly and indirectly affecting media workers in the Yemeni (...)

Published on 3 November 2011 Read

Yemen

Another journalist killed as Saleh regime steps up violence against protesters

Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns the death of Al-Yemen TV cameraman Abd Al-Ghani Al-Bureihi, who was fatally shot yesterday when (...)

Published on 17 October 2011 Read

Yemen

Two more journalists killed in Saleh regime violence

Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns cameraman Abdel Hakim Al-Nour’s death during a military offensive last night in Taiz province and (...)

Published on 5 October 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Bloodbath in Yemen, violence throughout the region

YEMEN – Third journalist killed since start of protests Reporters Without Borders has learned that that Al-Hurra TV cameraman Hassan Al-Wadhaf (...)

Published on 27 September 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Convictions in Muscat, cameraman on life support in Sanaa, journalists injured in Libya and arbitrary arrests in Syria

OMAN Reporters Without Borders condemns the five-month jail sentences that a Muscat court passed today on Yousef Al-Haj, a journalist with (...)

Published on 21 September 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Crackdowns on pro-democracy protests continue to affect journalists, Morocco and Tunisia still try to gag information

SYRIA Ahmed Bilal, a producer with Falesteen TV who is known to be a supporter of democratic change, was arrested yesterday in the Damascus (...)

Published on 15 September 2011 Read

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