Posts Tagged "presse"

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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The NAFCC deplores the convening of a foreign correspondent

Posted on January 11, 2018

The NAFCC deplores the convening of a foreign correspondent in the office of the National Guard at Bardo area.
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Statement/ Rémy Pigaglio Egypt

Posted on June 2, 2016

2 juin 2016.

Le journaliste Rémy Pigaglio (La Croix, RTL) correspondant en Egypte depuis 2 ans, s’est vu interdire l’entrée sur le territoire égyptien lors de son arrivée à l’aéroport du Caire le lundi 23 mai 2016 après son retour de France. Accrédité par les autorités égyptiennes, détenteur d’un visa en règle, il a été placé en détention pendant 30h en zone internationale. Malgré l’intervention de l’ambassade de France, notre confrère a été refoulé sans aucun motif, sans aucun autre choix que de quitter le territoire.

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Objectives

Posted on July 2, 2014

The North Africa Foreign Correspondents’ Club was launched in Tunisia in early 2014. It represents the interests of journalists based in the region, working for international media.

The Club will act whenever it deems necessary, on behalf of its members to ensure that they can work freely. It regularly invites prominent guests and experts, for special sessions with its members. It also organises training sessions for its members.

The Club is a non-profit association, established under tunisian law and registered to the Official Gazette of the Republic of Tunisia on 6 november 2014.

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