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Radio Erena – independent voice for Eritrea

Reporters Without Borders is today launching a campaign to promote Radio Erena, Eritrea’s only independent and apolitical radio station. The (...)

Published on 21 May 2015 Read

Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso bans live political broadcasts for three months

Reporters Without Borders calls on Burkina Faso’s Higher Council for Communication (CSC) to rescind the three-month ban on live radio and TV (...)

Published on 12 May 2015 Read


Kerry urged to raise safety of journalists during Kenya visit

Reporters Without Borders calls on US Secretary of State John Kerry to raise the issue of journalists’ safety during his current visit to Kenya, (...)

Published on 4 May 2015 Read


Government coup against news media

As protests continue, social media and instant messaging blocked. Online social networks and instant messaging services such as Facebook, (...)

Published on 30 April 2015 Read


Zone9 bloggers 365 days too many in prison

Six bloggers with the Zone 9 Collective and three journalists who were arrested at the same time have just begun their second year in prison (...)

Published on 29 April 2015 Read


EU plans to provide Eritrea’s oppressive regime with new funding

Reporters Without Borders calls on the European Union to condition additional aid to Eritrea via the European Development Fund (EDF) on a (...)

Published on 28 April 2015 Read


Authorities target independent journalists in run-up to elections

As Burundi’s ruling party prepares to hold a congress tomorrow to choose its presidential candidate, Reporters Without Borders is worried about an (...)

Published on 24 April 2015 Read


Radio journalist’s throat cut in DRC

Reporters Without Borders is appalled by radio journalist Soleil Balanga’s brutal murder in Monkoto, in the northern province of Equateur. (...)

Published on 21 April 2015 Read

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