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Published on 9 October 2013Read

Madagascar

Wanted Free FM journalists find refuge in South African embassy

South Africa’s embassy in Madagascar has granted refuge to two Free FM journalists, Lalatiana Rakotondrazafy and Fidel Razara Pierre, and one of (...)

Published on 12 September 2012 Read

Madagascar

Radio Fahazavana personnel freed, but another opposition radio station suspended

Reporters Without Borders hails the conditional release on 8 September of the 10 Radio Fahazavana employees who have been in pre-trial detention (...)

Published on 10 September 2010 Read

Madagascar

Provincial journalist prosecuted over report on poaching of sea-turtles

Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that Alphonse Afakandro of Mandomba an’i Melaky, a radio station based in the west-coast town of (...)

Published on 24 June 2010 Read

Madagascar

Journalists jailed pending trial, radio station closed

Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that 10 Radio Fahazavana employees, including six journalists, were placed in pre-trial detention (...)

Published on 1 June 2010 Read

Madagascar

Soldiers vandalise radio studio and brutally assault three staff

Reporters Without Borders said today it was deeply shocked by a vicious attack against staff at radio Fréquence Plus and the vandalising of the (...)

Published on 17 May 2010 Read

Madagascar

Growing threat to news media from political tension

Reporters Without Borders is very concerned about the still fraught political situation in Madagascar and its constant impact on the media. (...)

Published on 2 July 2009 Read

Madagascar

Radio Mada reporter freed after two weeks in detention

Reporters Without Borders welcome’s Radio Mada reporter Evariste Ramanantsoavina’s release on 20 May. He had been held since 5 May, when soldiers (...)

Published on 22 May 2009 Read

Madagascar

Media under attack one month after new president installed

Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns the return of censorship to Madagascar in the form of orders to the state-owned media not to cover (...)

Published on 23 April 2009 Read

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