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Banned magazine back on sale amid tension about media freedom

Reporters Without Borders and Avocats Sans Frontières (Lawyers Without Borders) are delighted that the regional bimonthly Tribune d’Afrique will be (...)

Published on 26 August 2011 Read

Togo

Fourth radio station closed by government agency

Reporters Without Borders is astonished to learn that Carré Jeune, a community radio station offering entertainment programmes, has been closed on (...)

Published on 17 March 2011 Read

Togo

News magazine’s appeal hearing delayed, ban remains in place

The regional bimonthly Tribune d’Afrique’s appeal hearing opened today in Lomé but was immediately adjourned at the request of the lawyers (...)

Published on 10 February 2011 Read

Togo

Photographer beaten up by gendarmes, heavy damages award against newspaper

Reporters Without Borders condemns the use of violence by gendarmes to detain newspaper photographer Didier Ledoux today outside the main Lomé (...)

Published on 25 August 2010 Read

Togo

Broadcast authority should not be used as media police, president told in open letter

Reporters Without Borders today sent an open letter to the President of Togo, Faure Gnassingbé, urging him not to promulgate a draft law passed by (...)

Published on 6 November 2009 Read

Togo

Broadcast media forbidden to let public express views on the air

Reporters Without Borders condemns an order issued by the High Council for Broadcasting and Communication (HAAC) on 17 April banning all radio (...)

Published on 21 April 2009 Read

Togo

Thugs beat up opposition weekly editor on Lomé street

Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today about a physical attack on Jean-Baptiste Dzilan, (also known as Dimas Dzikodo), the editor of the (...)

Published on 10 October 2005 Read

Togo

Le Figaro correspondent turned back on arrival two days before election

Reporters Without Borders voiced astonishment today at the action of the Togolese authorities in turning back Patrick de Saint-Exupéry, the (...)

Published on 25 April 2005 Read

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