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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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Four journalists released under junta's amnesty

18 September 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Military censors close Rangoon-based weekly for good

1 September 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Arrest, censorship and manipulation amid trial of Aung San Suu Kyi

26 June 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Junta allows only one-sided coverage of Aung San Suu Kyi's trial

28 May 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Growing restrictions on free flow of information

15 May 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Sakharov Network calls for immediate release of Aung San Suu Kyi, Sakharov Prize laureate 1990

15 May 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Internet Enemies: Burma

12 March 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country Reports

Petition launched for release of two Burmese bloggers serving sentences of 20 and 59 years in prison

29 January 2009 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Opposition journalist Ohn Kyaing freed after being held for six weeks

12 December 2008 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Two journalists jailed for seven years as wave of sentencing continues

29 November 2008 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

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