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RSF supports journalists’ refusal to “kneel” before government

The media accuse the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) of putting political pressure on journalists, while Prime Aleksandar Vucic has (...)

Published on 27 January 2016 Read


RSF condemns “culpable” life sentence request for two journalists

Türkçe / Read in Turkish Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the “culpable cruelty” of the public prosecutors who have requested “aggravated (...)

Published on 27 January 2016 Read


International delegates travel to Turkey’s Silivri Prison to show support for imprisoned journalists

Türkçe / Read in Turkish The delegates, representing the International Press Institute (IPI), the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), (...)

Published on 27 January 2016 Read


RSF outraged by Italian police raids on TV broadcasters

The latest raid was carried by members of a national police unit called the Division for General Investigation and Special Operations (DIGOS), (...)

Published on 25 January 2016 Read


Manuel Martorell is a journalist, not a terrorist!

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Spanish government to help resolve this situation, which has had extremely grave consequences for (...)

Published on 13 January 2016 Read


RSF urges Juncker to call for the repeal of Poland’s new media law

Dear President Juncker, All Europe will be watching you tomorrow, when the members of the European Commission are to discuss the situation in (...)

Published on 12 January 2016 Read


Iraqi journalist working for VICE News is freed pending trial

One of three VICE News journalists arrested on 27 August while covering clashes between the security forces and members of the outlawed Kurdistan (...)

Published on 6 January 2016 Read


A year after Charlie, RSF warns against “religious correctness”

The supporters of “religious correctness” are using respect for God and concepts such as blasphemy to create an exception to freedom of expression (...)

Published on 6 January 2016 Read

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