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RSF denounces sham trials of journalists Niloofar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi in Iran
Incarcérées depuis septembre 2022 pour avoir été les premières à attirer l’attention du public sur la mort de Mahsa Amini, les deux journalistes iraniennes Niloofar Hamedi et Elaheh Mohammadi doivent être jugées à partir des 29 et 30 mai 2023Read the rest
Following RSF and 116 media leaders’ call for Jimmy Lai’s release, Hong Kong responds with threats while claiming it still respects press freedom
Following an unprecedented global call for the release of Jimmy Lai launched on 16 May by RSF and 116 media leaders from around the world, the Hong Kong government responded with a statement threatening those who “interfere with the judicial proceedings”.
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.
More than 100 media leaders from around the world join RSF in calling for the release of Hong Kong press freedom emblem Jimmy Lai
Prominent media leaders from around the world have joined RSF in signing an unprecedented joint statement expressing support for detained Apple Daily founder and publisher Jimmy Lai in Hong Kong, and calling for his immediate release.
China: Senior political commentator sentenced to 8 years for “subversion”
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the release of Guo Feixiong, a Chinese political commentator who was recently sentenced to eight years in prison and who already served over twelve years in the past.
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.
Another wave of arrests of Kurdish journalists in Türkiye
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Turkish authorities to release the at least ten journalists with pro-Kurdish media outlets who were arrested for alleged membership of the PKK
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.