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Controversial security law provisions ruled unconstitutional

Reporters Without Borders welcomes this week’s Kenyan high court decision declaring eight sections of the controversial Security Laws Amendment (...)

Published on 26 February 2015 Read


Spectacular wave of censorship in Khartoum

Sudan is undergoing a disturbing wave of censorship, with the confiscation of a total of 19 newspaper issues in the past three days. The seizures (...)

Published on 19 February 2015 Read


Radio station director freed on bail after a month in prison

After being held for four weeks, Radio Publique Africaine director Bob Rugurika was released on bail today from Muramvya prison and was greeted (...)

Published on 19 February 2015 Read


Information increasingly a rare commodity in Nigeria

Reporters Without Borders is alarmed about the glaring gaps in domestic news coverage in Nigeria in the run-up to the 14 February presidential (...)

Published on 5 February 2015 Read


Six Eritrean journalists released after nearly six years in prison

Reporters Without Borders is happy to learn of the probational release of six Eritrean journalists who had been held since a wave of arrests in (...)

Published on 22 January 2015 Read


A journalist from Al-Midan newspaper in government’s sights again

Reporters Without Borders is very alarmed that Madeeha Abdella, editor-in-chief of the Sudan Communist Party newspaper Al-Midan, is facing a (...)

Published on 21 January 2015 Read


Niger police attack media instead of protecting them

Reporters Without Borders deplores the fact that privately-owned media were attacked by police during demonstrations in Niamey on 17 and 18 (...)

Published on 21 January 2015 Read


Pressure on media not to cover opposition election campaign

Reporters Without Borders condemns attacks on media pluralism during the campaign for tomorrow’s presidential election in Zambia due to the ruling (...)

Published on 19 January 2015 Read

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