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Suspect arrested in murder of journalist Ibrahim Foday

Reporters Without Borders notes that Tunde Williams, the main suspect in the murder of Ibrahim Foday, a reporter for the daily The Exclusive (...)

Published on 6 November 2012 Read

Sierra Leone

Newspaper publisher is victim of judicial extortion

The amount of bail which a Freetown court has set for the release of Sylvia Blyden, the publisher and editor of the independent newspaper (...)

Published on 22 May 2009 Read

Sierra Leone

Four women journalists kidnapped, one subjected to public humiliation, by supporters of female genital mutilation

Reporters Without Borders is shocked and appalled by the abduction and intimidation of four women journalists in the eastern city of Kenema on 6 (...)

Published on 10 February 2009 Read

Sierra Leone

Two presenters injured in armed attack on evangelical radio station

Reporters Without Borders today condemned an attack by gunmen on Believers Broadcasting Network (BBN), a protestant-run radio station in (...)

Published on 9 August 2007 Read

Sierra Leone

Newspaper editor released on bail pending trial

Philip Neville, the editor of the privately-owned Standard Times daily newspaper, was released from Pademba Road prison late yesterday after (...)

Published on 4 July 2007 Read

Sierra Leone

Mutual hostility between two newspaper executives leads to one of them being arrested

Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today about the mutual hostility between Sylvia Blyden, a government ally and publisher of the (...)

Published on 7 February 2007 Read

Sierra Leone

Newspaper editor’s killers still at large a year after his death

Reporters Without Borders today hailed the memory of For Di People acting editor Harry Yansaneh on the first anniversary of his death and called (...)

Published on 28 July 2006 Read

Sierra Leone

For Di People editor Paul Kamara freed after 14 months in prison

Reporters Without Borders voiced delight today at the release of Paul Kamara, the founder and editor of the independent daily For Di People, (...)

Published on 30 November 2005 Read

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