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Wednesday 20 August  
Free speech

Free speech

Seen as one of the most precious of human rights, freedom of speech is never absolute. The right to speak freely without censorship is subject to limitations in every country, as this series of articles and videos shows.

Video: Ladies on the Move & Soultana

Ladies on the move is a video project produced by RNW journalists Raja Felgata en Margo de Haas.  They make videos of inspiring women in RNW's target countries.  The first series of videos are filmed in Morocco, Raja and...

Article: Peace Prize winner calls for release of kidnapped "lovers of Yemen"

“If not for the sake of Judith, do it for the sake of Yemen's reputation which is getting worse each day the kidnap lasts.” Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkul Karman has added her voice to the growing number of Yemenis...

Article: Journalist kidnapped in Yemen “very, very, very frightened”

A video has gone online in which kidnapped Dutch journalist Judith Spiegel and her partner appeal for help, saying they may be shot within ten days. Based in Sana’a, Ms Spiegel is a regular correspondent for RNW. She and Boudewijn...

Video: Tunisian rappers fear return of internet controls

Internet was one of the things liberated by Tunisia's 2011 revolution. Censorship was lifted and Tunisians could once again access sites like YouTube and services such as Skype.

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Netherlands Netherlands Video: Ha ha ha...how funny

Video: Ha ha ha...how funny

The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from around the world. Each week, RNW provides a space for young poets and rappers to share their take on our themes. In this series our contributors take as their...

Article: Child Abuse Case Causes Multiple Scandals in China

A child sexual abuse scandal involving a primary school principal and a government official has caused public outrage in China. The abusers were taken into police custody, yet the case is not as straightforward as it seemed.

Article: Social media uproar after Jordan bans news sites

“It's 2013 and the discussion about #blockingwebsites and laws restricting our freedom is taking us only further backwards,” wrote one Jordanian tweeter after the government moved to block 290 news websites. The move has led to...

Video: Muna Shirwa: addicted to a certain type of sadness

The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from around the world. Each week, RNW provides a space for young poets and rappers to share their take on our themes. In this s our contributors take as their starting...

Video: Jennifer Perez: with silent understanding

The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from around the world. Each week, RNW provides a space for young poets and rappers to share their take on our themes. In this series, our contributors take as their...

Video: Omar Offendum: rise up to the challenge

The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from around the world. Each week, RNW provides a space for young poets and rappers to share their take on our themes. In this series our contributors take as their...

Video highlights

Tunisian rappers fear return of internet controls
Internet was one of the things liberated by Tunisia's 2011 revolution....
Ha ha ha...how funny
The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from...
Muna Shirwa: addicted to a certain type of sadness
The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from...
Jennifer Perez: with silent understanding
The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from...