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by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-8-25
Reporters Without Borders is outraged by a physical attack on journalist Aymen Rezgui of the privately-owned satellite TV station Al-Hiwar Attounsi in the centre of Tunis today. In a separate development, human rights lawyer Mohammed Abbou was today refused permission to travel to London to be interviewed the pan-Arab TV station Al-Jazeera. ..

by: Reporters without Borders 2006-4-8

Three years after the death of James Miller british probe concludes he was murdered
 
Reporters Without Borders said it was “satisfied” by the conclusions of the British investigation into the death of James Miller which concluded he was deliberately murdered by an Israeli soldier in the Gaza Strip three years ago on 2 May 2003.
 
“Now we are waiting for the Israeli author..


by: Reporters without Borders 2006-4-8

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the detention of writer and website editor Mohammed Ghanem, who was arrested at his home (photo) in the northeastern city of Ar Raqqah on 31 March by military intelligence officers.
 
Ghanem, who edits the www.surion.org website, refused to leave with the military intelligence officers until the local milit..


by: Reporters without Borders 2006-9-10

Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today about Summir Said, a young woman journalist working for the Reuters bureau in Cairo who is being harassed by the security services. Security agents made threats when they went to her home yesterday, saying she would regret it if she did not report at once to their headquarters in the south Cairo district of Lazoghly.
 
The authorities ha..


by: Reporters without Borders 2006-10-25

War, the destroyer of press freedom in


by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-1-2
In 2006
- 81 journalists and 32 media assistants were killed
- at least 871 were arrested
- 1,472 physically attacked or threatened
- 56 kidnapped
- and 912 media outlets censored

In..

by: Reporters without Borders 2007-2-1

Reporters Without Borders today condemned a decisio..

by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-2-27

Exactly three years ago, the newly-elected president of the Union of Egyptian Journalists, Galal Aref, made an important announcement: President Hosni Mubarak had just telephoned him and had formally undertaken to abolish prison sentences for journalists in connection with their work. In effect, he was promising a major overhaul of the laws concerning press offences.

Three years later,..


by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-3-11

As the world prepares to celebrate International Women’s Day for the 30th time on 8 March, Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today about an increase in violence against women journalists worldwide.

“More and more women journalists are the victims of murder, arrest, threats or intimidation,” the press freedom organisation said. “This increase is due to the fact that ..


by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-5-6

Six months after the arrest of Kareem Amer, Reporters Without Borders has started a petition calling for the blogger’s release and that of his colleague Abdul-Moneim Mahmud.

Internet-users are being asked to sign online, in which the worldwide press freedom organisation calls on the Internet Governance Forum (IG..


by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-5-6

An Egyptian producer employed by the Qatar-based satellite TV station Al-Jazeera, Howayda Taha, was sentenced in absentia yesterday, the eve of World Press Freedom Day, to six months in prison for preparing a report on torture in Egyptian prisons. She was found guilty of “harming national interest.”
 
“We are outraged by this conviction, which confirms the fears we have repeatedly vo..


by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-5-15

Reporters Without Borders voiced outrage at the three-year prison imposed today on journalist and writer Michel Kilo for “weakening national sentiment.” Another dissident, Mahmud Issa, also got a three-year jail term.
 
“There is something seriously wrong with a justice system that imposes long jail terms on anyone who dares to express views that are not in tune with Baathist thinkin..


by: Reporters Without Borders 2007-4-17
Voicing concern about increasingly repressive policies towards online dissent, Reporters Without Borders called today for the releaser of blogger Abdul-Moneim Mahmud, who was arrested on 14 April at Cairo airport. He has been charged with membership of an “illegal organisation” (the Muslim Brotherhood), but his arrests seems to be linked to the photos and reports about the torture of detainees that he has posted on line...