Unprecedented press freedom violations by Guinea’s military junta
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Guinea’s military junta to stop obstructing journalists, after a wave of press freedom violations in the past 10 days that is without precedent since the military seized power in September 2021.
Egypt must free Tawfik Ghanem who has been in pretrial detention for two years, says RSF
A former news agency bureau chief has just begun his third year in detention in Egypt without being brought to trial – a not unusual fate in a country where 12 of the 20 imprisoned journalists are being held without trial.
Ten recommendations for strengthening media rights in DRC
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and Journalist in Danger (JED), its partner in the Democratic Republic of Congo, propose ten recommendations for strengthening the new media law and journalism in the DRC.
Belarusian journalist’s pardon – “epilogue to a vast masquerade”
Despite Belarusian dissident journalist Raman Pratasevich’s announcement that he has been pardoned by Alexander Lukashenko – almost two years to the day since his arrest when the Belarusian authorities forced his commercial flight to land in Minsk.
G7 urge online platforms to promote reliable information
The fight by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) to promote reliable news and information in the digital domain received a strong endorsement from the G7’s leaders, who called on online platforms to adopt this goal and pledged support for initiatives.
Where is the Pakistani TV anchor who has been missing for 12 days?
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) fears for a missing TV anchor’s life and calls on Pakistan’s civilian government to ensure respect for the rule of law by immediately revealing where and in what conditions he is being held.
RSF deplores radio journalist’s murder in Lesotho
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the cold-blooded murder of a journalist in Lesotho who covered corruption and who was shot multiple times as he left his radio station, and calls on the authorities to identify and prosecute those responsible.