Reporters Without Borders


Published on 25 January 2016Read


Published on 18 January 2016Read


Yemen’s Houthi rebels thought to be holding 11 journalists hostage

Nine of the 11 journalists were abducted at the same time on 9 June from a Sanaa hotel that was being attacked by Houthis. Most of them work for (...)

Published on 28 August 2015 Read


Two journalists killed in air strike while held hostage

The bodies of the two journalists – Abdallah Qabel, a reporter for Yemen Youth TV and Belqees TV, and Suhail TV reporter Youssef Al-Aizari – were (...)

Published on 28 May 2015 Read


Radio station chief killed amid continuing crisis

Muthanna was killed on 22 April in Sirwah, in the eastern province of Marib, where Houthi rebels have been clashing with Sunni tribesmen for the (...)

Published on 7 May 2015 Read


Journalists killed, injured as security situation worsens

The air strikes targeted a Houthi-controlled missile base in the south Sanaa district of Fajj Attan located near Al-Yemen Al-Youm TV, a TV (...)

Published on 24 April 2015 Read


Leading journalist murdered in Sanaa

A former editor of Al-Shoura (a pro-democracy newspaper closed in 2005) and winner of Amnesty International UK’s Special Award for Human Rights (...)

Published on 18 March 2015 Read


Houthi rebels continue to target media

Houthi Shiite militiamen have stormed most of the satellite TV stations in Sanaa, taking advantage of the war situation of the past few days. On (...)

Published on 11 March 2015 Read


US freelancer’s death in Yemen reflects journalism’s “growing dangers”

Somers died during a joint US-Yemeni operation launched less than 24 hours before the expiry of an ultimatum by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (...)

Published on 6 December 2014 Read


RWB calls for release of US photojournalist held hostage in Yemen

Somers was kidnapped in September 2013 but the media did not report his abduction until now because his family thought it would put him in even (...)

Published on 5 December 2014 Read

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