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2010-2-18
“We firmly condemn these arrests and the campaign that has been waged since the start of the year against Libyan media that dare to criticise abuses in the system,”..

by: Alexandre Jalbert 2009-6-29
International press freedom campaigner Robert Ménard has resigned as director-general of the Doha Centre for Media Freedom, which he had headed since April 2008. Ménard stepped down on 19 June because the Qatari authorities wanted to restrict what Centre said. Other members of the staff have also resigned...

2009-4-9
Since 6 April 2008, many Egyptian Internet users have been tirelessly communicating a message that their society must change. Having grown up under the state of emergency law that prevents them from expressing themselves freely, they have also been the first in line for harassment from the authorities. More than 500 of them were arrested in 2008, because of the content of their online posts...

2008-6-26
Reporters Without Borders is urging foreign holidaymakers planning to visit Egypt this summer to reflect about some of the harsh realities of life behind the scenes in the country of the Pharaohs...

2007-11-7
Three countries - Nepal, Maldives and Libya - have been removed from the annual list of Internet enemies, which Reporters Without Borders publishes today..