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Another journalist disappears in Yahya Jammeh’s country

Reporters Without Borders calls on the Gambian government to locate Radio Teranga FM manager Alagie Ceesay, who was released on 13 July, 11 days (...)

Published on 9 July 2015 Read


Open letter to Yahya Jammeh: Justice for Deyda Hydara

Ten years have passed since Reporters Without Borders and Agence France-Presse correspondent Deyda Hydara was shot dead in Banjul on his way home (...)

Published on 15 December 2014 Read


President Jammeh must put an end to 20 years of repression and impunity for human rights violations

22 July 1994 - 22 July 2014: 20 Years of Fear in Gambia Joint Statement On 22 July 1994, a group of military officers led by lieutenant (...)

Published on 22 July 2014 Read


Court acquits two journalists on trial since January

A Banjul magistrates’ court yesterday finally acquitted two journalists – freelance reporter Sainey Marenah and The Voice editor Musa Sheriff – on (...)

Published on 22 January 2014 Read


Bans lifted on two media, but much still to be done

Reporters Without Borders takes note of a New Year’s Day announcement by the president’s office lifting bans on The Standard newspaper and Teranga (...)

Published on 3 January 2014 Read


Internet users targeted by changes to information law

Reporters Without Borders is very disturbed by amendments to the 2009 Information and Communications Act – the main law limiting freedom of (...)

Published on 5 July 2013 Read


Norbert Zongo and Deyda Hydara – symbols of impunity

A day after the 14th anniversary of journalist Norbert Zongo’s murder in Burkina Faso and two days before the 8th anniversary of journalist Deyda (...)

Published on 14 December 2012 Read


Thugs threaten to kill journalist, what are authorities doing?

Reporters Without Borders is very disturbed by an increase in threats and intimidation attempts against freelance journalist Abubacarr Saidykhan, (...)

Published on 15 November 2012 Read

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