Rwanda: Following questionable trial on the death of a journalist, RSF and 85 organizations reiterate call for an independent investigation
The lack of details in the verdict of the trial of the death of Rwandan journalist John Williams Ntwali suggests the lack of an effective investigation.Read the rest
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.
China: RSF urges for release of ailling investigative journalist Huang Xueqin, detained for over 500 days
Chinese investigative journalist Huang Xueqin, who has now been detained for over 500 days, has been subjected to mistreatment that led to significant health deterioration.
RSF seeks independent enquiry into Rwandan journalist’s suspicious death
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for an independent investigation into the death of a Rwandan journalist who was critical of the government and who felt his life was in danger.
Cameroon’s authorities must shed light on radio station director’s murder, protect journalists
Five days after Cameroonian radio station director Martinez Zogo’s abduction, his body was found near the capital yesterday (22 January), bearing the signs of probable torture before he was killed.
Light must be shed on Pakistani journalist’s murder in Kenya three months ago
Although Pakistan has appointed a new team of investigators, much is still unclear about ARY News TV anchor Arshad Sharif’s execution-style murder in Kenya in October.
For law protecting journalists, “ball is now in Pakistan government’s court,” says RSF
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has just completed a visit to Pakistan that focused on the issues involved in the protection and safety of journalists in what is one of the world’s deadliest countries for media personnel.
Political pressure on journalists risks undermining media freedom progress in Kosovo
After their mission in Kosovo, RSF and other organisations warn that toxic rhetoric and smear campaigns against media, underfunding of public broadcaster and lack of transparency risk undermining the media freedom progress made in the country.