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RSF unveils 15-point press freedom plan for Turkey, five weeks before elections
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the candidates in Turkey’s presidential and parliamentary elections on 14 May to demonstrate a commitment to defend press freedom, which has been undermined for the past 20 years.
Cheat sheet for media workers under threat
Face aux lois anti-presse draconiennes adoptées en Russie depuis six mois, le JX Fund–Fonds européen pour le journalisme en exil a lancé, avec le Centre de défense des médias de masse, une plateforme d’information afin d’aider les journalistes menacés.
Pakistani TV news channel taken off the air, news director arrested
Popular TV news channel ARY News has been taken off the air in most Pakistani cities and its news director, Ammad Yousaf, has been arrested.
After two years of persecution in Belarus, endangered journalists adapt to survive
In the two years since Alexander Lukashenko’s disputed reelection in August 2020, Belarusian journalists have had to adapt the way they work in order to avoid being silenced. To find out more, RSF interviewed some of those who fled abroad.
Hit men sent to France to kill Azerbaijani blogger who is Aliyev foe
RSF calls for this latest apparent attempt to murder Mahammad Mirzali, an outspoken Azerbaijani video blogger who is a refugee in France, to be addressed by the French and Azerbaijani governments at the highest level.
Russia: punishing journalists still daring to cover war in Ukraine
The Russian authorities have begun using arrests, raids and fines to harass journalists accused of publishing “false information” about the Russian army’s actions in Ukraine. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns this witchhunt and the growing climate