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RSF welcomes presidential decree’s support for media freedom

Issued by President Ashraf Ghani on 31 January, the decree clearly states: “Neither the public prosecutor nor any other state institution may (...)

Published on 3 February 2016 Read


After Tolo TV car bomb, entire media organizations under threat of attack

No group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack. The minibus was operated by the Kabura production company, which is owned by the Moby (...)

Published on 20 January 2016 Read


RSF urges Indonesia to lift ban on French reporter Cyril Payen

A Bangkok-based reporter specializing in Southeast Asia, Payen was able to visit West Papua in mid-2015 after obtaining all the necessary (...)

Published on 11 January 2016 Read


Concentration of Ownership puts Cambodian Media at risk

Phnom Penh – December 2nd, 2015 Today in Phnom Penh, the publicly available database has been launched to present (...)

Published on 8 January 2016 Read


Beijing-based French reporter told she must leave China

The correspondent of the French news weekly L’Obs, Gauthier has been told that her visa is not being renewed because of a story last month about (...)

Published on 26 December 2015 Read


RSF calls for boycott of China’s World Internet Conference

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the international community to boycott the second World Internet Conference (WIC) being organized by (...)

Published on 11 December 2015 Read


Vietnam continues crackdown on citizen-journalism

In the latest chapter of the never-ending persecution of Nguyen Van Dai, the Public Security Ministry arrested him on 16 December on a charge of (...)

Published on 10 December 2015 Read


RSF decries government inaction in face of attacks on media

In the latest attack, two individuals on a motorcycle threw a homemade bomb at the bureau of the TV news channel Express News in Sargodha, in the (...)

Published on 9 December 2015 Read

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