Many victims are thought to have been people who scavenged for a living at Koshe landfill site
At least 30 people have been killed and dozens more hurt in a giant landslide at Ethiopia’s largest rubbish dump, officials have said.
Dozens of homes of squatters who lived
WORLD DAY AGAINST CYBER-CENSORSHIP
REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS (RSF) ISSUES REPORT ON ONLINE SURVEILLANCE AND CENSORSHIP
On World Day Against Cyber-Censorship, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is releasing areport denouncing the readiness with which leading Internet companies submit to the demands of authoritarian regimes in order to profit. RSF is
On this day, March 8, the women of the other world are celebrating for breaking chains of oppression to empower all women of the world, setting themselves free to work side by side with all men to make the world better and safer. Because of
RSF OPENS FIRST CENTER FOR PROTECTION OF AFGHAN WOMEN JOURNALISTS
On the eve of International Women's Day, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is proud to announce the opening of Afghanistan’s first center for the protection of women journalists.
RSF has gone to Afghanistan to inaugurate the center, called “Center for
About 30,000 Eritreans live in Israel, where a dangerous voluntary resettlement plan is being criticised.
by Yermi Brenner
Berlin, Germany - The most crucial decision for a person forced to flee their homeland is where to seek asylum. That is the hard lesson learned by Yemane Mesgen on
The coral wall rose from the depths of the Red Sea, a vast and multicolor canvas brimming with sea life. I swam alongside it for 200 feet, past tangled branches, swaying ferns and brain-like spheres, and then dove toward the ocean floor.