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RSF Sweden and Pressbyrån recreate the voice of imprisoned journalist Dawit Isaak using AI
Pressbyrån and RWB have joined on World Press Freedom Day in a campaign for Swedish-Eritrean journalist Dawit Isaak, in jail for 20 years in Eritrea. They have used AI to bring back to life the words of the world’s longest imprisoned journalist.
Media owner’s trial designed to silence Guatemala’s leading daily
Detained since 29 July 2022, Zamora insists on his innocence and say he is being persecuted because El Periódico exposed cases of corruption involving Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei and people close to him.
“Disappearance” of Ukrainian journalist Dmytro Khyliuk in Russia: investigation of a State lie
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has obtained first-hand accounts which confirm that the Independent Ukrainian News Agency (UNIAN) correspondent was taken by Russian forces and remains detained in Russia - official denials notwithstanding.
How RSF invented World Press Freedom Day on 20 April 1991
An event will be held at UN headquarters on 2 May to mark the 30th anniversary. In fact, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) organised the first Press Freedom Day with UNESCO support in 1991.
RSF has new evidence about identity of Russian soldiers in area where Ukrainian journalist was killed
In the latest phase of its investigation into the execution-style killing of Ukrainian journalist Maks Levin and a friend in a forest near Kyiv in March 2022, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has identified all of the Russian military units.
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.
South Sudan still holding two of seven journalists arrested in January
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the release of two public TV journalists still held in South Sudan in connection with video footage showing the president apparently wetting himself.
Pakistan urged to free journalist held illegally after being deported from Malaysia
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the immediate and unconditional release of Syed Fawad Ali Shah, a Pakistani journalist also known as Fawad Shah, who was deported from Malaysia last August despite having refugee status there.