RSF’s Operation Collateral Freedom foils blocking of more than 80 sites in 24 countries
On World Day Against Cyber Censorship (12 March), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) announces that it has unblocked access to more than 80 media websites in 24 countries.
Young Iranian journalist returns to Paris home after being jailed in Iran
RSF thanks all those who helped to facilitate the safe return to France on 6 March of a Paris-based Iranian journalist who was arrested in Iran last September after going there to cover the protests for the Franco-German public service TV channel Arte.
UN asked to seek release of Franco-Afghan reporter held by Taliban for 50 days
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has formally referred the case of Mortaza Behboudi, a Franco-Afghan journalist detained without justification in Kabul, to two United Nations special rapporteurs and has asked the UN to seek his immediate release.
Ukraine: a year of information warfare in numbers
With the help of its Ukrainian partner, the Institute of Mass Information (IMI), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has put numbers to the acts of violence and abuses against journalists and media outlets in Ukraine – and to the resources deployed to support
Slovakia: RSF supports new mechanism to increase journalists’ safety to mark the fifth anniversary of Jan Kuciak’s assassination
The verdict in the retrial of the alleged mastermind of the 2018 murder of Jan Kuciak and his fiancée is set to be delivered in April 2023.
#FreeMortaza - Support committee created for jailed French-Afghan journalist Mortaza Behboudi
Colleagues and friends of Mortaza Behboudi – a journalist with French and Afghan dual nationality held in Afghanistan since 7 January – announce the creation of a support committee coordinated by Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
RSF is sending generators, other energy supply equipment to 91 Ukrainian media
RSF is working with its Ukrainian partner, the Institute of Mass Information (IMI), to provide generators and other energy supply sources to media outlets hit by the surge in Russian military strikes on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure.
RSF and 15 media outlets call for the release of French-Afghan journalist Mortaza Behboudi, held in Afghanistan
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and 15 French media outlets and production companies with which Mortaza Behboudi has worked are calling on the Taliban regime to release the French-Afghan reporter who has been imprisoned for a month in Kabul.