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Cuban journalist arrested for second time in a month

The National Revolutionary Police have arrested and threatened independent journalist Bernardo Arévalo for the second time in a less than month. (...)

Published on 3 October 2014 Read


Independent journalist arrested, pressured to leave Cuba

A former political prisoner, Bernardo Arévalo is being threatened with another jail term if he does not leave. Bernardo Arévalo Padrón, an (...)

Published on 9 September 2014 Read


Cuban authorities urged to explain detained blogger’s disappearance

When detained Cuban writer and blogger Angel Santiesteban-Prats disappeared from San Miguel del Padrón prison on 21 July, the authorities said he (...)

Published on 6 August 2014 Read


Is Cuba heading towards a repeat of the 2003 Black Spring?

Reporters Without Borders is worried about the situation of journalists in Cuba, where there have been cases of physical attacks, arbitrary (...)

Published on 16 June 2014 Read


Journalist held for past ten days, charged with “terrorism”

Reporters Without Borders condemns independent journalist Juliet Michelena Díaz’s detention since 7 April, three days before the publication of a (...)

Published on 17 April 2014 Read


French minister must not ignore freedom of information during Cuba visit

Reporters Without Borders has sent a letter about freedom of information in Cuba to French foreign minister Laurent Fabius, who is about to make (...)

Published on 11 April 2014 Read


Dissident blogger completes year in detention

Reporters Without Borders reiterates its call for the release of Angel Santiesteban-Prats, a writer who completes a year in detention today and (...)

Published on 28 February 2014 Read


Five dissident journalists freed after short detention

Mario Echevarría Driggs, David Águila Montero and William Cacer Díaz, arrested in Havana last week, were freed on 14 October 2013. Two (...)

Published on 15 October 2013 Read

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