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Cyprus

Some Turkish journalists banned from covering football match

Reporters Without Borders expressed dismay at a decision by Cyprus to ban Turkish journalists based in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (...)

Published on 28 July 2005 Read

Cyprus

Reporters Without Borders condemns bombing of main Turkish-Cypriot newspaper

Reporters Without Borders condemned an overnight attack on the offices of daily Kibris newspaper in which three separate bombs exploded, in the (...)

Published on 7 May 2004 Read

Cyprus

Five journalists face heavy prison sentences for "insulting" the army

Reporters Without Borders today voiced outrage at prosecutions begun on 3 and 4 November in the Turkish part of Cyprus against five journalists (...)

Published on 5 November 2003 Read

Cyprus

Journalist beaten up by members of ultra-nationalist Turkish Cypriot group

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the beating received by newspaper editor Murat Kanatli from members of an ultra-nationalist group on 17 (...)

Published on 20 October 2003 Read

Cyprus

Turkish Cypriot authorities stop opposition journalist entering other part of island

Reporters Without Borders today protested against the action of the Turkish Cypriot authorities in preventing Sener Levent, editor of the Turkish (...)

Published on 9 May 2003 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Ten Spanish journalists expelled from northern part of island

Reporters Without Borders today denounced the absurdity of rules applying to foreign journalists visiting the Turkish-governed northern part of (...)

Published on 17 October 2002 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Turkish-Cypriot journalists freed

Sener Levent and Mehmud Ener, of the daily paper Afrika, have been freed after the Turkish-Cypriot Supreme Court ruled on 3 October that their (...)

Published on 4 October 2002 Read

Cyprus

Wife of murdered journalist threatened

Reporters Without Borders expressed its concern today about pressures being exerted on the widow of murdered journalist Kutlu Adali, apparently (...)

Published on 12 September 2002 Read

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