China: RSF urges for release of ailling investigative journalist Huang Xueqin, detained for over 500 days
Chinese investigative journalist Huang Xueqin, who has now been detained for over 500 days, has been subjected to mistreatment that led to significant health deterioration.
Romania: RSF and its partners ask the authorities to accelerate investigation into the threats against a prominent journalist
Press freedom organisations call on the authorities and politicians to show they respect Romania’s European commitments and obligations to press freedom
Iranian reporter who interviewed Mahsa Amini’s father is convicted without trial
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the two-year suspended prison sentence that was imposed without any trial on an Iranian journalist for interviewing the father of Mahsa Amini.
Hold The Line Coalition welcomes acquittal of Maria Ressa and Rappler, calls for all remaining cases to be closed
Philippine Court of Tax Appeals has acquitted on Wednesday 18 January Nobel laureate Maria Ressa of tax evasion.
Ten years in prison for host of radio shows critical of Burundi’s government
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the “harsh and arbitrary” ten-year prison sentence that the host of a Rwanda-based web radio critical of the Burundian government received last week.
An unprecedented number of women journalists are now detained in Iran
As the Iranian regime continues its crackdown on the protests initiated by Mahsa Amini's death, almost half of all newly arrested journalists are women, including two who are facing the death penalty.
Malta: Civil society denounces government's lack of ambition and transparency in press freedom reforms and renews calls for full justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia
Five years ago today, investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was brutally assassinated in a car bomb attack in Malta. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and colleagues. Together with them, we continue to fight for full justice.