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Christophe Delois: The director general of Reporters Without Borders has died of complications from a galloping cancer

The director-general of Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Christophe Delois, has died after complications from advanced cancer. Delois has died aged 53, with RSF reporting that journalism has become poorer. In particular, he held the position of general director since 2012, with a related announcement stating that “for 12 years, he transformed the association into a world champion for the defense of journalism. Founding president of the Forum on Information and Democracy since 2018 and appointed general representative of the États généraux de l’information in 2023, he has been a tireless defender, on every continent, of the freedom, independence and pluralism of journalism, in a context information chaos. Journalism was his life’s struggle, which he fought with unwavering conviction.” “Reporters Without Borders extends its deepest condolences to his wife Perrine, his son Nathan, his parents and all his relatives,” RSF said.
Source: News Beast

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