“We will crush you,” Ugandan president’s son warns journalists
In tweets earlier this week that were later deleted, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s son, Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, threatened to “crush” journalists who “abuse” him. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is appalled by his alarming comments.
China: RSF urges for release of ailing investigative journalist Huang Qi on the sixth anniversary of his arrest
RSF urges for the release of ailing investigative journalist and 2004 RSF Press Freedom Award laureate Huang Qi, who was arrested six years ago and is at high risk of dying if kept in detention.
The renewal of Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s mandate will allow him to carry on his crusade against journalism, RSF says
As the Chinese Communist Party grants Chinese leader Xi Jinping with a third mandate as General Secretary, RSF unveils figures that show the extent of the crusade against journalism he has been leading over the past ten years.
Murders of two journalists in northern Colombia must be properly investigated, says RSF
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Colombian authorities to shed all possible light on the murders of journalists Leiner Montero and Dilia Contreras in the northern department of Magdalena last weekend...
Hong Kong: RSF is concerned by the appointment of another “political commissar” as the head of public broadcaster RTHK
RSF is concerned by the appointment of Eddie Cheung as the head of Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), the territory’s former representative to the European Union, who in his previous position was involved in a smear campaign against international media.