Belarusian journalist’s pardon – “epilogue to a vast masquerade”
Despite Belarusian dissident journalist Raman Pratasevich’s announcement that he has been pardoned by Alexander Lukashenko – almost two years to the day since his arrest when the Belarusian authorities forced his commercial flight to land in Minsk.Read the rest
Where is the Pakistani TV anchor who has been missing for 12 days?
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) fears for a missing TV anchor’s life and calls on Pakistan’s civilian government to ensure respect for the rule of law by immediately revealing where and in what conditions he is being held.
Iran: RSF alerts on renewed wave of heavy-handed arrests targeting journalists
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is alarmed to see that the Islamic Republic of Iran has resumed its heavy-handed arrests of journalists after a brief respite.
“Disappearance” of Ukrainian journalist Dmytro Khyliuk in Russia: investigation of a State lie
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has obtained first-hand accounts which confirm that the Independent Ukrainian News Agency (UNIAN) correspondent was taken by Russian forces and remains detained in Russia - official denials notwithstanding.
Journalists censored, threatened, beaten in two-month crackdown in Bangladesh
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns last week’s closure of the main opposition newspaper by the Bangladeshi government and the preceding two months of violence by ruling Awami League members against reporters.
Account of arrest of suspected mastermind in Cameroonian journalist’s murder
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has compiled an account of how controversial Cameroonian businessman Jean-Pierre Amougou Belinga and two other high-profile persons were arrested early today in connection with outspoken journalist Martin Zogo’s murder.
Cameroon’s authorities must shed light on radio station director’s murder, protect journalists
Five days after Cameroonian radio station director Martinez Zogo’s abduction, his body was found near the capital yesterday (22 January), bearing the signs of probable torture before he was killed.
RSF condemns Cameroonian radio station director’s abduction
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Cameroonian authorities to make every effort to find Martinez Zogo, a radio station director who was kidnapped on 17 January in the capital, Yaoundé, and to bring those responsible to justice.
Abduction of three men highlights climate of terror for local reporters in Mexico
RSF calls on the Mexican authorities to do everything possible to identify those responsible for abducting three men in one of the country’s most dangerous regions in late December in connection with content posted on a local news site