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TV channel suspended, Internet access restricted amid violence protests in Senegal
Political unrest and violence in Senegal must not be used as grounds for restricting the right to report the news, says Reporters Without Borders (RSF), condemning a TV channel’s 48-hour suspension, restrictions on access to the Internet and social media.Read the rest
European Parliament calls for system for protecting democratic information spaces recommended by RSF
Two reports by the European Parliament are calling for the creation of a system for protecting democratic information spaces of precisely the kind devised and recommended by Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
Unprecedented press freedom violations by Guinea’s military junta
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Guinea’s military junta to stop obstructing journalists, after a wave of press freedom violations in the past 10 days that is without precedent since the military seized power in September 2021.
RSF provides Zelenskiy with eight-point road-map for strengthening press freedom and reliable reporting in Ukraine
Exactly one year after opening its Press Freedom Centre in the Ukrainian capital, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) held a press conference in Kyiv today (17 May) to unveil a road map for strengthening journalism in Ukraine.
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.
RSF win its first Peabody Award
Reporters Without Borders (RSF), the DDB agency and the production company Media.Monks received a Peabody Award on May 9, 2023 in the Immersive & Interactive category for The Uncensored Library.