President Kais Saied's stringent regulations on Tunisia since July 2021 have led to a decline in press liberty. He has steadily reinforced his grasp on authority, relegating the right to free expression to a time prior to the 2011 revolution, when President Ben Ali was overthrown and forced out of the country.
Official and non-official media outlets in Yemen have become platforms for triggering waves of hostility and sectarianism and other fronts of conflict in which each party scores his field victories at the expense of issues of people and the public.
WJWC’s report: Over two hundred violations against journalists and media workers in Yemen during 2016
Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) has released 2016’s report on the situation of press freedom in Yemen.
Woman Journalists Without Chain issued its report on human rights violations that have impacted Yemenis and resulted from heavy weaponry shelling, airstrikes direct shootings and landmines. Violations included abduction, enforced disappearance, killings and many others.
Women Journalist Without Chains (WJWC) has released a report entitled "Nothing is safe" at the Human Rights Council based in the Swiss Capital, Geneva.
Women Journalists without chains monitors140 infringement cases for journalists through the first half of 2016
Women Journalists without chains observe 140 infringement cases faced by journalists through the first half of the year 2016 six of them murder case.
Women Journalists without chains reveals, in its annual report for press freedom for 2014, 150 infringements on journalists.
Women Journalists without chains observed 135 infringement cases for press freedom in 2013 clarifying that the security services that practice the infringements in the previous period are the one whom still practicing the same infringements through the current year.
“Women Journalists without chains” 2011 is the worst year for Yemen press and observed 442 infringement cases
Women Journalists without chains reveals its annual report about press freedom in Yemen through the year 2011 that have happened 442 infringement cases affected press, with diverse ways, describing 2011 as the worst year in Human Rights in Yemen.
Women Journalists without chains announced that it observed 209 infringement cases against journalists in Yemen through 2010 pointing that security and military systems involved in these infringements.
Journalist Without Chains monitors 256 infringement cases against journalists at 2009 and describe it as “dangerous and unprecedented”
Women Journalists without chains announced that 2009 distinguished from other previous years with dangerous and unprecedented infringements that reached 256 infringements varied between direct hits, kidnapping and enforced disappearance for journalists, forbid publishing newspapers and siege them by soldiers and weapons and prisoned and judgement.
Women Journalists without chains revealed that the infringements that affected press in 2008 raised to 248 infringement cases. That averaged five infringements in a week varied between hit, kidnaping, arresting, prosecuting, threatening and forbidding from press coverages and from getting information to forbidding from giving registration permission and blocking websites and take the registration perdition back for newspapers with administrative decision.
It said that direct attacks on journalists increased during the first half of 2007, pointing out that 33 violations were registered.
WJWC affirmed that the rate of violations intensified remarkably.