RSF dumps 13,000 envelopes outside Algerian embassy in Paris, symbolising signatures on petition for journalist’s release
Three days before the verdict in the trial of journalist Ihsane El Kadi in Algiers, RSF deposited 13,000 envelopes outside the Algerian embassy in Paris today, symbolising the 13,000 signatures on the #FreeIhsaneElKadi petition calling for his release.Read the rest
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.
Prosecution’s case against imprisoned Algerian journalist is empty
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Algerian authorities to drop all the charges against imprisoned Algerian journalist Ihsane El Kadi and to free him at once because the prosecution has absolutely no case against him. El Kadi and his lawyers hav
One year after his release from prison, Saudi blogger Raif Badawi is still not free
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi was released exactly a year ago, on 11 March 2022, after 10 years in prison, but he is still not permitted to travel or express himself freely.
UK: Court of Appeal ruling in case against Carole Cadwalladr risks chilling effect on public interest reporting
The UK Court of Appeal has delivered a disappointing verdict in the defamation case against RSF Press Freedom Prize laureate Carole Cadwalladr.
BBC offices raided in India in latest Modi assault on press freedom
Indian tax department raids on BBC offices in Mumbai and New Delhi have all the hallmarks of a reprisal for the release of a documentary critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi three weeks ago
RSF calls on US authorities to drop charges against a journalist arrested while covering a press conference
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the use of force and arrest by police and the Ohio National Guard of a reporter, Evan Lambert, in the course of his duties while covering the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
Algerian journalist aged 77 held 48 hours, charged over satirical column
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the disproportionate proceedings against Saad Bouakba, a well-known Algerian columnist who was released under “judicial control” on 6 February after spending 48 hours in police custody over a satirical column about