Reporters Without Borders

Alarming situation

Middle East/North Africa

Journalists targeted by governments desperate to control news

LIBYA Reporters Without Borders has learned that Fatma Ben Dhaou, a Tunisian journalist who had gone to Libya for the newspaper Le Quotidien, (...)

Published on 23 March 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Two journalists killed, many missing, arrested or deported – list of media freedom violations gets longer

LIBYA - French photographer missing after setting off from Benghazi Reporters Without Borders is very worried about the fate of Stéphane Lehr, an (...)

Published on 21 March 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

More harassment of journalists covering pro-democracy demonstrations, one killed in Yemen

Reporters Without Borders is appalled to learn that Jamal Al-Sharaabi, a photographer working for the local daily Al-Masdar, was one of the fatal (...)

Published on 19 March 2011 Read

Yemen

Authorities begin to target foreign journalists, six deported

Reporters Without Borders condemns today’s arrests of four Sanaa-based foreign journalists – two American and two British – who were detained by (...)

Published on 14 March 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Foreign media obstructed in Libya, threats in Yemen and Kurdistan

Foreign media face obstacles in Libya Since the start of the uprising on 16 February, Muammar Gaddafi’s regime has been working overtime to (...)

Published on 9 March 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Overview of media freedom violations of past few days

Reporters Without Borders presents an overview of the acts of violence against journalists and other media freedom violations that have taken (...)

Published on 8 March 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Forced being used to restrict media coverage of street protests

The authorities are still responding with violence to the continuing street demonstrations in Libya and Yemen and, in an attempt to prevent the (...)

Published on 1 March 2011 Read

Middle East/North Africa

Media continue to be targets as governments crack down on protests

As more and more people take to the streets in Libya, Bahrain and Yemen to demand democratic reforms and change, the authorities in these (...)

Published on 23 February 2011 Read

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