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Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Without Borders is an international non-governmental organization that aims at defending journalists and media assistants imprisoned or persecuted for doing their job and exposes the mistreatment and torture of them in many countries. It fights against censorship and laws that undermine press freedom, gives financial aid to journalists or media outlets in difficulty, as well to the families of imprisoned journalists, and works to improve the safety of journalists, especially those reporting in war zones.  Website: www.rsf.org/
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Arab Spring and repression continue from Rabat to Manama

4 August 2011 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Attacks on journalists and media in Iraq and Yemen, two bloggers freed in Saudi Arabia

1 June 2011 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Predators of Press Freedom: Saudi Arabia - King Abdallah Ibn Al-Saud

3 May 2011 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country Reports

From Tripoli to Manama, no let-up in abuses against news media

2 May 2011 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Internet Enemies 2011 - Saudi Arabia

11 March 2011 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Annual Reports

Overview of media freedom violations of past few days

8 March 2011 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Repressive regulations target Internet freedom of expression

8 January 2011 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

University professor held over Internet article about royal family

7 December 2010 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Research In Motion under pressure to give access to BlackBerry user data

6 August 2010 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Human rights defender held since mid-June on charge of "annoying others"

22 July 2010 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

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