Posts Tagged "liberté de la presse"

RSF: Tripoli’s new rules put journalists’ lives in danger

Posted on July 12, 2018

NAFCC agrees on the concern expressed in RSF’s statement published on July, the 10th, 2018, about the working conditions of journalists in Libya::

“Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Libya’s Government of National Accord to stop obstructing and endangering foreign journalists and Libyan journalists who work for international media.”

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Concerns grow for journalists following a third detention

Posted on January 16, 2018

The NAFCC one again expresses its deep concerns over the growing pressure on foreign journalists working in Tunis and condemns the arrest of two journalists.

The latest incident happened on Monday, 15th January, when Nacer Talel, videographer for Anadolu Agency and his photographer colleague Enes Canli, were covering the Football Club Esperance’s 99th anniversary in the Bab Souika district of Tunis. Both journalists are fully accredited with the Tunisian authorities and Nacer Talel also holds a filming license issued by the communication services of the government presidency press office.

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NAFCC condemns the detention of a foreign correspondent in Tunis

Posted on January 14, 2018

The NAFCC expresses its concern at the growing pressure faced by foreign journalists working in Tunisia.

In the latest incident on Sunday, January, 14th, Michel Picard, the french correspondent of RFI, who was covering the visit of the tunisian president Beiji Caïd Essebsi in Ettadhamen, west of Tunis, was briefely detained while reporting.

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