As arrests, attacks and harassment of journalists continues over their reports on the government’s administrative failures in handling Covid-19, ...

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Every week the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is compiling a list of the top news articles from across the world in which it is...

Periodistas de distintos medios de comunicación fueron agredidos e intimidados mientras cubrían las manifestaciones contra el gobierno por su gestión...

A Karen state court sentenced Zaw Ye Htet, the chief editor of online news agency Dae Pyaw to two years in prison for an article alleging there had...

Kolkata-based English daily The Telegraph announced the shutdown of its Guwahati edition, asking staff to resign by May 31, citing the economic...

Beijing’s intention to pass new Hong Kong national security laws sparked demonstrations beginning on May 22, potentially jeopardising the future of...

American journalist Matt Belanger was assaulted and physically attacked by a man who “perceived he was homosexual”. The International Federation of...

The local government has repeatedly harassed Radyo Natin Guimba (RNG) radio station reporters in Guimba for covering their response to Covid-19. The...

The Portuguese Journalists' Union (SJ) has strengthened its call on the government for increased support for the media sector and denounced the fact...

Journalists in Mozambique have been trained on how to cover the Covid-19 outbreak safely, thanks to the National Union of Journalists of Mozambique...

A day after publishing an article on a Srinagar gunfight, Fahah Shah, founding editor of The Kashmir Walla was summoned to Srinagar cyber police...

On 18 May, dozens of protesters stormed the premises of MBC broadcaster in Baghdad following its airing of a show critical of the Iraqi militia...

Journalist unions and representative organisations in the Asia Pacific are disturbed by the “cease and desist” order that forced Philippines...

Journalists from non-government owned media outlets were barred from covering Malaysia’s lower-house parliamentary proceedings May 18. The...

New York Times correspondent Chris Buckley was expelled from China earlier in May, the same day as the United States (US) announced new visa...

Journalists in Malaysia are concerned at increasing controls on press freedom as they advocate for much-needed reforms to protect media workers from...