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Tunisian Revolution | babelmed, Reporters Without Borders Reporters Without Borders in Tunisia: A new freedom that needs protecting
Reporters Without Borders visited Tunisia from 2 to 4 February to evaluate the situation of the media two weeks after the fall of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, to analyze their needs and to determine what contribution it could make during this transition period.
 
Tunisian Revolution | babelmed, Reporters Without Borders Social networks, a weapon for revolution?
Facebook, Twitter, and the blogs of young Tunisians have played a very important role in the recent Tunisian revolution. And yet, how can one measure their real impact? Could social networks become a weapon for revolutionary movements in dictatorial states?
Tunisian Revolution | babelmed, Reporters Without Borders Wave of arrests of bloggers and activists
Reporters Without Borders condemned the arrests and disappearances yesterday of bloggers and online activists across a number of Tunisian cities.
The worldwide press freedom organization has monitored at least five such cases but the list could well be longer.