Veteran Mexican journalist killed in hail of bullets leaving his Puebla home
RSF calls on the Mexican authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into a veteran radio and newspaper journalist’s murder by gunmen in the southeastern state of Puebla in order to determine whether it was linked to his journalism.Read the rest
Unprecedented press freedom violations by Guinea’s military junta
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Guinea’s military junta to stop obstructing journalists, after a wave of press freedom violations in the past 10 days that is without precedent since the military seized power in September 2021.
Young reporter gunned down in northern Colombia
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Colombian authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into the murder of the founder and administrator of a local news page on Facebook in the northern department of Córdoba.
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.
RSF and 29 media and organizations call for an end to press freedom violations in Mali and Burkina Faso
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has coordinated an open letter by 30 human rights organisations, journalists’ organizations and media outlets calling to end a wave of press freedom violations.
Israel must stop targeting Palestinian journalists
Seventeen reporters were targeted, attacked or obstructed by Israeli security forces in early April while trying to cover a surge in violence in Jerusalem and the West Bank of the kind that often occurs during religious festivities.
RSF unveils 15-point press freedom plan for Turkey, five weeks before elections
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the candidates in Turkey’s presidential and parliamentary elections on 14 May to demonstrate a commitment to defend press freedom, which has been undermined for the past 20 years.