Reporters Without Borders defends journalists and media assistants imprisoned or persecuted for doing their job and exposes the mistreatment and torture of them in many countries.


Articles by Reporters Without Borders :

Oman: Wave Of Arrests Aims To Stifle Political And Social Protests

Reporters Without Borders said Tuesday it condemns the wave of arrests aimed at Omani bloggers since the end of May.

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UAE: Stateless Blogger Facing Deportation After Being Tricked By Immigration Authorities

Reporters Without Borders said Saturday it condemns the possibly imminent deportation of Ahmed Abdul Khaleq, a blogger and member of

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Japan: Freelance Journalists Face Discrimination On Fukushima Plant Visit

Reporters Without Borders said Wednesday it denounces the discriminatory measures taken by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and the

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Sweden: Three Journalists Convicted For Researching Availability Of Illegal Firearms

Reporters Without Borders said Friday  it is dismayed that a court in the southern city Malmö today convicted three journalists

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Honduras: Kidnapped Radio Journalist Alfredo Villatoro Found Shot Dead

Radio journalist Alfredo Villatoro, kidnapped on his way to work last week, was found dead yesterday on the outskirts of

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Social Issues 

Two Turkish Journalists Released, But More Than 37 Syrian Journalists Still Held


Reporters Without Borders said that it is relieved to learn that two Turkish journalists who were captured while making a

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Colombia: FARC Urged To Keep Promise And Release Captive French Reporter

Reporters Without Borders said Thursday it received direct confirmation last night that Roméo Langlois, a French freelance journalist who went

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Bahrain: Government Measures To Muzzle Media Move Into High Gear

Reporters Without Borders said it deplores the breaches of press freedom by the Bahraini authorities in the run-up to the

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Four Citizen Journalists Killed Despite Ceasefire

Reporters Without Borders said Wednesday it has learned of the deaths of four citizen journalists in Syria: Ahmed Abdallah Fakhriyeh

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