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Investigative reporter held arbitrarily in northeastern city

Reporters Without Borders condemns investigative reporter Yaroslav Golyshkin’s arbitrary detention for the past month in a prison in the (...)

Published on 13 June 2015 Read


«Репортеры без границ» проводят акцию по разблокированию 9 запрещенных информационных сайтов в 11 странах

В целях борьбы с цензурой интернета «Репортеры без границ» обеспечивают доступ к 9 запрещенным информационным сайтам в 11 странах, в которых они на сегодняшний день (...)

Published on 12 March 2015 Read


Opposition weekly’s closure upheld on appeal

A court confirmed the opposition weekly ADAM bol’s closure on appeal on 26 February, when editor Guljan Yergaliyeva again condemned the political (...)

Published on 2 March 2015 Read


Orchestrated throttling of Kazakh opposition weekly

Freedom of information has been in a critical state in Kazakhstan for the past two years and ADAM bol, which was launched in October 2013, is (...)

Published on 28 November 2014 Read


Kazakhstan censors coverage of Eurasian Economic Union summit

The Kazakh authorities did everything possible to prevent journalists spoiling the party when President Nursultan Nazarbayev received his Russian (...)

Published on 30 May 2014 Read


Authorities poised to cut all communications at drop of hat

Kazakhstan’s nervous regime is becoming more and more repressive. President Nursultan Nazarbayev is on the point of signing draconian amendments (...)

Published on 12 April 2014 Read


Increasingly suffocating climate for media freedom

Reporters Without Borders is very disturbed by the decline in media freedom in Kazakhstan, with arrests and trials of critical journalists and (...)

Published on 3 April 2014 Read


Prosecutor wants to close opposition weekly down for good

Reporters Without Borders condemns the judicial system’s harassment of the opposition weekly Pravdivaya Gazeta. In a case that opened on 12 (...)

Published on 14 February 2014 Read

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