Arbitrary detention and proceedings
Another wave of arrests of Kurdish journalists in Türkiye
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Turkish authorities to release the at least ten journalists with pro-Kurdish media outlets who were arrested for alleged membership of the PKK
Parliamentary inquiry urges UK government to act urgently to secure release of Apple Daily publisher Jimmy Lai in Hong Kong
Reporters Without Borders welcomes a landmark new parliamentary report urging the UK government to treat the case of Apple Daily publisher and British citizen Jimmy Lai as a political priority and to pressure the Hong Kong authorities to release him.
RSF and partners call on Georgian President Zurabishvili to pardon Nika Gvaramia
Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and eight other international human rights and press freedom organisations send an open letter to Zurabishvili
Newspaper editor is paranoid Burmese junta’s latest media victim
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the immediate and unconditional release of a Burmese newspaper editor who was arrested after blacking out his Facebook profile photo in a discreet comment on a massacre of civilians.
Vietnamese blogger gets six years in prison for “anti-state propaganda”
An outspoken Vietnamese blogger was sentenced to six years in prison plus two years of probation on a charge of “anti-state propaganda” at the end of a Kafkaesque trial in Hanoi on 12 April.