Franco-Afghan reporter held arbitrarily for past five months in Kabul
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) reiterates its call for the immediate and unconditional release of Mortaza Behboudi, a journalist with French and Afghan dual nationality who has been detained in a Kafkaesque manner in Kabul since 7 January.
RSF denounces Brazil’s slow investigation into Dom Phillips’ murder one year ago
On the first anniversary of British journalist Dom Phillips’ death, which is also World Environment Day, RSF calls for concrete responses from the Brazilian authorities to his murder while he was investigating environmental issues in the Brazilian Amazon.
Press freedom threatened by Poland’s new commission on Russian influence
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the European Commission and European Parliament to prevent Poland’s new commission of inquiry into Russian influence on internal security from being used to wage a witchhunt.
TV channel suspended, Internet access restricted amid violence protests in Senegal
Political unrest and violence in Senegal must not be used as grounds for restricting the right to report the news, says Reporters Without Borders (RSF), condemning a TV channel’s 48-hour suspension, restrictions on access to the Internet and social media.
Attacks in northern Kosovo: RSF and its partners call for better protection of journalists
In the context of a wave of violence in northern Kosovo, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and other international organisations defending media freedom ask the ministry of Interior and the police to immediately establish a safety protocol
European Parliament calls for system for protecting democratic information spaces recommended by RSF
Two reports by the European Parliament are calling for the creation of a system for protecting democratic information spaces of precisely the kind devised and recommended by Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
The expansion of China’s counter-espionage law further threatens journalists
Appalled by the expansion of China’s counter-espionage law, which will enter into force in July and will pose increased threat on journalists and press freedom defenders, RSF call on the international community to put pressure on the regime.