A year on from the introduction of legislation on the SIM Card Registration Programme (SCRP), human rights concerns still remain imminent. The...

Malaysia’s national journalist union is urging media companies to put journalist safety as a priority as the country continues to face huge numbers of...

Shahadat Hossain, a journalist for the Bengali language daily newspaper, Prothom Alo, was attacked on June 1 while reporting on a protest in...

Global media organisations sent a joint letter to Indonesia’s minister of Communication and Information Technology urging him to repeal Ministerial...

The Supreme Court on May 27 quashed the First Information Report (FIR) against senior journalist, Vinod Dua, that accused him of spreading false...

African journalists’ leaders have called on the African Union and national governments to institute a comprehensive framework for media freedom and...

The Southern Transitional Council, an organisation that claims to rule most of the territory in southern Yemen, took over the control of Saba News...

Israeli police forcefully beat Al-Jazeera journalist Givara Budeiri on Saturday June 5 while she was covering the demonstrations in the...

The New York Times reported that the Justice Department under President Donald Trump secretly obtained the phone records of four of their journalists...

Mina Khairi, a 27-year-old presenter of Ariana News, who was seriously injured in targeted explosion on June 3 in Kabul, later died in hospital the...

Pakistani media stakeholders are calling on the Pakistan government to withdraw a proposed Pakistan Media Regularity Authority (PMDA) ordinance that...

Two Azerbaijani journalists and an official were killed today by a landmine explosion in the Kalbajar region, west of Nagorno-Karabakh. Four others...

IFJ leaders from across the world hailed the recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights that the UK Government violated media freedom and...

Three journalists from the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) were sentenced to seven months in jail and fined for entering Thailand illegally on May 28....

A military court in Myanmar sentenced Aung Kyaw, a reporter from the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB), and Ko Zaw Zaw, a freelance reporter with...

Asad Ali Toor, a journalist and vlogger known for his criticism of the Pakistani military, was summonsed on May 31 by the Federal Investigation...