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Bulgarian investigative journalist Assen Yordanov has been nominated for Reporters Without Borders and Google's Netizen Prize 2013.
PNN Reporters Without Borders Also Published at Reporters Without Borders calls on the Israeli authorities to release Palestinian radio journalist Sharif Al-Rajoub and to explain the reasons for his arbitrary arrest by Israeli soldiers at his home in Doura, a town near the West Bank city of Hebron, on 3rd June.
| PARIS, May 10 (KUNA) -- International press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders (RWB) on Thursday strongly condemned Iran's ongoing and increasing campaign of harassment of press professionals and media in that country.
Media rights watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said in a May letter, when the bill was being debated, that the law was not necessary, and that Iraq should focus on enforcing existing provisions.
The index and ranking are based on the answers to a specially compiled questionnaire, which Reporters Without Borders says was distributed to partner organisations in each continent, a network of 140 international correspondents as well as journalists, researchers, jurists and human rights activists.
Sri Lanka rejected Sunday suggestions that the novelist and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk-based Reporters Without Borders told AFP cooperated "in every way possible" over the issue.
Reporters Without Borders condemns the assault yesterday on a leading journalist and writer who was the victim of an acid attack as he left his home in the Afghan capital Kabul.
Mumia Abu-Jamal , one of the most well-known inmates on US death row, has described America's vast population of "invisible" prisoners in an interview with Reporters without Borders published Friday.