Senegalese reporter released provisionally two weeks after RSF visited him in jail
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) hails Senegalese journalist Pape Alé Niang’s provisional release two weeks after RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire visited him in prison, and calls on the Senegalese authorities to drop all the charges against NiangRead the rest
Greek and European authorities must take urgent action after many more journalists said to have been Predator targets
RSF calls on the Greek authorities to quickly carry out an independent investigation into the arbitrary surveillance of 13 journalists and calls on European institutions to impose a moratorium on the use of spyware.
Guinean military intelligence summons journalist for questioning over story
RSF is appalled to learn that a journalist was summoned for questioning by military intelligence in Guinea about a story implicating soldiers in the theft of a truck, and calls for journalists to be given better protection.
Growing restriction on journalists in Syria’s Kurdish northeast
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the increase in restrictions that the Kurdish authorities are imposing on journalists in northern and eastern Syria with the aim of tightening their grip on news coverage.
Who will be next in Indian police persecution of Kashmir magazine’s journalists?
The interim editor of The Kashmir Walla, an online magazine in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, has been summoned by this northern region’s counter-terrorism agency over an article published 11 years ago.
India : Journalist reporting on mafias shot dead
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for an immediate and independent investigation into the murder of Subhash Kumar Mahto, a 26-year-old reporter known for his reporting on mafia who was shot in the head outside his home in Bihar state, in East India.