In Pakistan, journalists attacked, radio station torched, reporting muzzled
Many journalists and media outlets have been the targets of violence in the ongoing wave of protests in Pakistan in reaction to former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s arrest.
RSF With NewsGuard to launch Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI) Emergency Protocol to Support Ukraine’s Quality News Media
This crisis response mechanism will help newsrooms in at-risk markets to accelerate their validation according to the JTI and to quickly get their NewsGuard rating, thereby allowing advertisers, funders and tech companies to support endangered journalism.
Israel: one year after killing of Shireen Abu Akleh, RSF denounces scandalous impunity that persists in the case
One year after Al Jazeera’s well known Palestine correspondent was fatally shot while reporting in the West Bank on 11 May 2022, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the lack of progress in the official investigations into her death.
RSF Sweden and Pressbyrån recreate the voice of imprisoned journalist Dawit Isaak using AI
Pressbyrån and RWB have joined on World Press Freedom Day in a campaign for Swedish-Eritrean journalist Dawit Isaak, in jail for 20 years in Eritrea. They have used AI to bring back to life the words of the world’s longest imprisoned journalist.
Erdogan’s persecution of journalists does not stop at Turkiye’s borders
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for an end to the systematic intimidation of Turkish journalists based abroad who dare to criticise Turkiye’s government.
Media owner’s trial designed to silence Guatemala’s leading daily
Detained since 29 July 2022, Zamora insists on his innocence and say he is being persecuted because El Periódico exposed cases of corruption involving Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei and people close to him.