Four Burundian journalists working for the Iwacu Press Group were sentenced to two years and six months in jail and fined one million Burundian francs...

La Federación Internacional de Periodistas (FIP) ha publicado hoy su informe anual sobre todos los asesinatos de periodistas y en el que se detallan...

Journalist Maxwell Nashian of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) FM Station, also known as Fombina FM, died at the hospital where he...

Two private radio stations in Gambia, King FM and Home Digital FM, were taken off air on the orders of the Gambian police which raided their studios...

Regent Africa Times journalist Alex Ogbu was shot and killed on Tuesday, 21 January in the Nigerian capital, Abuja while covering a protest march by...

Robert Tapfumaneyi, a journalist working for Syl media, was assaulted by the security personnel of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) on...

The draft bill for a controversial new media law, which includes draconian restrictions on press freedom, is set to be signed by President Mohamed...

The annual report on The State of Media Freedom in Somalia, published by the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ), has revealed an array of...

The Kenya Union of Journalists (KUJ) has accused the authorities of not responding to cases of police brutality filed by journalists and warned the...

Des individus non identifiés ont mis le feu ce 7 janvier à la voiture de Yacouba Ladji Bama, rédacteur en chef du bimensuel Courrier Confidentiel. La...

In a new move to curb press freedom, the Sudanese government announced the seizure of four independent media houses, including two newspapers and...

South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed returned home on Friday, January 3, after being held in captivity in Syria for three years. The...

La FIP ha registrado un total de 49 asesinatos de periodistas y trabajadores/as de medios de comunicación en 2019, un descenso significativo con...

Le réquisitoire du Tribunal de grande instance de Bubanza au Burundi dépasse l'entendement : 15 ans de prison ont été requis lundi 30 décembre à...

La Fédération internationale des journalistes (FIJ), première organisation de la profession représentant plus de 600.000 journalistes dans 146 pays,...

The IFJ has strongly condemned moves by the Sudanese authorities to ban and forcibly shut down the country's trade unions, including its affiliate the...