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.
Parliamentary inquiry urges UK government to act urgently to secure release of Apple Daily publisher Jimmy Lai in Hong Kong
Reporters Without Borders welcomes a landmark new parliamentary report urging the UK government to treat the case of Apple Daily publisher and British citizen Jimmy Lai as a political priority and to pressure the Hong Kong authorities to release him.
Hong Kong: the national security trial of Jimmy Lai, a symbol of press freedom, will begin in six months
On 25 September 2023, six months from now, British national Jimmy Lai, a symbol of press freedom in Hong Kong, will be tried under national security charges for which he faces a life sentence.
RSF submits evidence to UK inquiry into the case of Hong Kong’s media founder Jimmy Lai
RSF has submitted evidence to a UK parliamentary inquiry into media freedom in Hong Kong and the case of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai.
International warrant for two Togolese journalists should not be executed, RSF says
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for non-execution of the international warrant for the arrest of two Togolese journalists that a Togolese court issued after convicting them in absentia of “contempt of authority.”
After RSF warnings of a media freedom risk, Norwegian fund places Polish company under surveillance
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) welcomes the decision by Norway’s sovereign wealth fund to heed RSF’s warnings and place a Polish state-controlled company under surveillance because of the threat to press freedom.
USA: Political meddling threatens the independence of West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Alarmed by a pattern of meddling by political authorities in stories and staffing decisions at West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for greater transparency in WVPB’s editorial decisions with a clear line drawn b
NDTV takeover signals end of pluralism in India’s leading media
This takeover, which has triggered the departure of many leading NDTV journalists, is not isolated. Media acquisitions by oligarchs are clearly endangering pluralistic public debate in India, RSF warns.