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Newspaper editor held for reporting army unrest

Newspaper editor Samory Ngaradoumbé was released pending trial on a charge of “inciting a revolt” after appearing before the public prosecutor 16 (...)

Published on 18 October 2013 Read


Newspaper publisher gets two-year suspended jail sentence

Reporters Without Borders condemns the two-year suspended prison sentence and fine of 1 million CFA francs (1,500 euros) that a court in N’Djamena (...)

Published on 29 August 2013 Read


Court rejects newspaper publisher’s release request

Reporters Without Borders deplores yesterday’s court decision to reject newspaper publisher Moussaye Avenir de la Tchiré’s provisional release (...)

Published on 23 August 2013 Read


RWB launches petition for release of three N’Djamena detainees

On journalist Eric Topona’s 100th day in detention and five days before his trial is due to start in N’Djamena, Reporters Without Borders is today (...)

Published on 14 August 2013 Read


Reporters Without Borders prevented from visiting N’Djaména

Reporters Without Borders is dismayed that stalling by the Chadian authorities has prevented it from visiting N’Djaména. The head of RWB’s Africa (...)

Published on 20 June 2013 Read


Two journalists complete first month in detention centre

Reporters Without Borders sends a message of support for journalists Eric Topona and Moussaye Avenir de la Tchiré and for the writer and blogger (...)

Published on 6 June 2013 Read


Authorities arrest another journalist, seek blogger’s extradition

Reporters Without Borders condemns the unprecedented wave of arrests and persecution of bloggers and journalists that the Chadian authorities (...)

Published on 9 May 2013 Read


Journalist arrested after being summoned to law courts

Reporters Without Borders is very worried by today’s arrest of Eric Topona, the secretary-general of the Union of Chadian Journalists (UJT) and (...)

Published on 6 May 2013 Read

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