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Website editor still held three weeks after completing prison sentence

Hanevy Ould Dehah, the editor of the website Taqadoumy, continues to be detained illegally in Nouakchott’s Dar Naim prison although he should have (...)

Published on 14 January 2010 Read

Mauritania

Website editor still held after completing six-month jail sentence

Reporters Without Borders calls for the immediate release of Hanevy Ould Dehah, the editor of the website Taqadoumy, who should have been freed (...)

Published on 29 December 2009 Read

Mauritania

“My aim is to liberalise the press” Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz tells Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Without Borders has been given an assurance by Mauritanian president, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, elected on 4 August 2009, that freedom (...)

Published on 28 October 2009 Read

Mauritania

Website editor gets six months in prison for “offending public decency”

Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns the six-month jail sentence which a Nouakchott court passed yesterday on Hanevy Ould Dehah, the (...)

Published on 20 August 2009 Read

Mauritania

Website editor held illegally after detention order expires

Reporters Without Borders condemns the continuing detention of Hanevy Ould Dehah, the editor of the website Taqadoumy (...)

Published on 31 July 2009 Read

Mauritania

The director of the news website Taqadoumy arrested on the orders of the prosecutor’s office in Nouakchott.

توقيف مدير موقع إلكتروني Reporters Without Borders today condemned the arrest of the director of the news website Taqadoumy (http://www.taqadoumy.com), Hanevy Ould (...)

Published on 23 June 2009 Read

Mauritania

Leading journalist escapes murder attempt

Reporters Without Borders today voiced its outrage following a murder attempt against Mohamed Ould Zeine, editor of the independent (...)

Published on 14 May 2009 Read

Mauritania

Jailed newspaper editor pardoned by junta chief

Reporters Without Borders hails the release of Abdel Fettah Ould Abeidna, the editor of the weekly Al Aqsa, on 8 April as a result of a pardon (...)

Published on 10 April 2009 Read

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