Attacks in northern Kosovo: RSF and its partners call for better protection of journalists
In the context of a wave of violence in northern Kosovo, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and other international organisations defending media freedom ask the ministry of Interior and the police to immediately establish a safety protocolRead the rest
In Pakistan, journalists attacked, radio station torched, reporting muzzled
Many journalists and media outlets have been the targets of violence in the ongoing wave of protests in Pakistan in reaction to former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s arrest.
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.
Guyana’s government should ensure that journalists are able to do their jobs free from harassment
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the harassment and intimidation of journalists in Guyana through online targeting and disrespect from the administration.
Israel must stop targeting Palestinian journalists
Seventeen reporters were targeted, attacked or obstructed by Israeli security forces in early April while trying to cover a surge in violence in Jerusalem and the West Bank of the kind that often occurs during religious festivities.