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China “Tank Man” photo displayed outside Chinese embassy in Paris on eve of Tiananmen Square massacre
3.06.2009 - Amid a wave of censorship measures in China aimed at suppressing information about the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, Reporters Without Borders today arranged for three publicity trucks displaying Stuart Franklin’s famous photograph of the “Tank Man” to drive around Paris and pause outside the Chinese embassy.

United States President Obama urged to raise freedom of expression in his Cairo speech
3.06.2009 - Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Jean-François Julliard wrote last week to US President Barack Obama about the frequent violations of free expression in Egypt, where Obama is due to arrive later today and deliver a major speech tomorrow on the US relationship with the Arab world. Read the Reporters Without Borders letter

4.06 - Kosovo
Rrokum TV station still excluded by national broadcasting network
3.06 - Somalia
Alarm at TV station director’s abduction near Mogadishu
3.06 - Libya
Independent media brought under government control
3.06 - North Korea
Pyongyang judges asked to be lenient with two American journalists
3.06 - Afghanistan
US forces arrest a journalist in Khost
2.06 - Ukraine
Potential witness’s death deals severe blow to probe into journalist’s murder
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Press freedom barometer
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the predators
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Muammar Gaddafi
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World report
2009
  The plight of journalists in 98 countries reviewed
INVESTIGATION REPORTS
Nepal
Mission report : A call to end violence and impunity
INVESTIGATION REPORTS
Pakistan
Fact-finding visit by Reporters Without Borders to Swat “valley of fear”

Assistance Coups de coeur
Eritrea - Sign the petition for the release of ten Eritrean journalists
In September 2001, the Eritrean government ordered that all of the country’s privately owned publications be closed down. In the days that followed, police arrested (...)
What we do with our money
Reporters Without Borders provided funding on 10 April for the Chechen independent magazine Dosh, which covers current affairs in Chechnya and the five other republics in the Russian Caucasus. The magazine’s editors were forced to (...)
Standard operating procedure - A War Story

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World Press Freedom Day

Reporters Without Borders met Perwiz Kambakhsh at the Kabul provisional detention centre on 12 January 2009.

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L'agenda de Reporters sans frontières
   
Don McCullin supporting the freedom of the press - 100 photographs
Discover the new Reporters Without Borders’book of photos.
Available on April 30th 2009
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Mexico’s Pitfalls for Journalists :
A panel discussion to Commemorate World Press Freedom Day on April 27, 2009. Read more
   
Fundraising Cycle for Paul Douglas and James Brolan
In May, three overweight and out of shape journalists, will attempt to cycle from London to the journalists’ memorial at Bayeux, France
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