Reporters Without Borders

Newspaper Attacks Spur Hong Kong Press Freedom Fears

According to a new report from the Hong Kong Journalists Association, press freedom in Hong Kong has reached a new low since Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying took office last year. The report’s publication follows a series...

China Ranks Low on 2012 Press Freedom Index

Global media watchdog Reporters Without Borders recently released the 2011-2012 Press Freedom Index, and once again China came in at the very bottom reaches of the international rankings – just ahead of Iran and Syria...

Activists Demand Release of Chinese Detainees

The Washington Post reports that Reporters Without Borders has asked IOC president Jacques Rogge, currently at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, to intercede on behalf of Chinese prisoners: Reporters Without Borders said...

China Toxic for Africa Freedom

From the BBC: Reporters Without Borders claims that China can be blamed for the deteriorating state of Africa’s human rights abuses against journalists. “The influence of China in African affairs has been very toxic...

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