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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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Predators of Press Freedom: Russia - Ramzan Kadyrov

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

Do guilty verdicts in double murder mark beginning of end for impunity?

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

Internet Enemies 2011: Countries under surveillance - Russia

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

Repugnant conviction of prominent weekly The New Times

25 November 2010 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Disabled editor found guilty of defaming mayor

10 November 2010 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Police raid Moscow weekly in bid to identify sources

3 September 2010 | Publisher: Reporters Without Borders | Document type: Country News

Muslim news agency journalists missing for past week in Dagestan

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

Official website's inaccessibility raises questions about information transparency

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

Journalists interrogated, photos seized after protesters attack official building in Khimki

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

Court orders YouTube and four other sites blocked over "extremist" content

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

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