The expansion of China’s counter-espionage law further threatens journalists
Appalled by the expansion of China’s counter-espionage law, which will enter into force in July and will pose increased threat on journalists and press freedom defenders, RSF call on the international community to put pressure on the regime.
Bangladeshi reporter detained, blamed in operation against separatists
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the release of a national daily’s correspondent in a remote part of southeastern Bangladesh because of the irregularities surrounding his arrest by soldiers and subsequent detention.
RSF denounces sham trials of journalists Niloofar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi in Iran
Incarcérées depuis septembre 2022 pour avoir été les premières à attirer l’attention du public sur la mort de Mahsa Amini, les deux journalistes iraniennes Niloofar Hamedi et Elaheh Mohammadi doivent être jugées à partir des 29 et 30 mai 2023
Erdoğan has used his control of the media to rig Turkiye’s elections
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) denounces the Turkish media’s biased coverage of the parliamentary and first-round presidential elections held on 14 May and the presidential run-off between incumbent Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and opposition challenger Kemal Ki
Jailed Moroccan journalist subjected to punitive measures, denied medical care
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the punitive measures to which the Moroccan authorities are subjecting a jailed former newspaper publisher, including making him wear a prison uniform and handcuffs when going to a hospital outside the prison. His
Following RSF and 116 media leaders’ call for Jimmy Lai’s release, Hong Kong responds with threats while claiming it still respects press freedom
Following an unprecedented global call for the release of Jimmy Lai launched on 16 May by RSF and 116 media leaders from around the world, the Hong Kong government responded with a statement threatening those who “interfere with the judicial proceedings”.
Journalist’s five-year jail sentence sends “terrifying” message to Tunisia’s media
The unprecedented five-year jail sentence that a Tunis appeal court has passed on a radio reporter sends a “terrifying” message to Tunisia’s media, says Reporters Without Borders (RSF), voicing its full support for the reporter, who remains free pending a