The Hong Kong government has refused to renew the employment visa of one of the Economist correspondents in the city without giving a reason,...

Frontier Myanmar’s managing editor Danny Fenster was found guilty and sentenced by a court to 11 years in prison with hard labour on November 12. The...

On November 1, Myanmar’s military junta introduced a series of amendments to broaden the remit of the nation's Broadcasting Law to potentially include...

Muhammad Zada Agra was shot dead in Sakhakot by two unidentified gunmen on November 8, days after he spoke out against alleged corruption and drug...

Foreign correspondents and journalists in Hong Kong have expressed “widespread concern” about the “fake news” law that the city’s authorities have...

Chinese journalist and former lawyer Zhang Zhan is reportedly suffering rapidly deteriorating health following over one year of an intermittent hunger...

International coverage of the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing is being “continuously stymied” despite efforts to address the issue with the Beijing...

On November 3, Nazim Jokhio’s body was found at the farmhouse of a Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) lawmaker in Malir, after publishing a video of a...

Amnesty International announced on October 25 it would close its Hong Kong base, citing the National Security Law, the imposition of which has led to...

On October 28, a court in the city of Can Tho in south Vietnam sentenced five journalists to prison following their convictions in 2020 under Article...

On October 30, Philippines reporter Orlando Dinoy was murdered in his home by a gunman in the southern province of Davao del Sur. The International...

Although 87 journalists were murdered in the course of their duties in the last decade in Afghanistan, only 5 cases have been resolved. The...

Journalist Madhukar Dubey, owner of web-portal zeroparty.in, and the portal’s technical assistant Avinash Palliwar, both from Chhattisgarh state, were...

On October 15, Malaysia secured a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the 2022 – 2024 term with 183 votes. The International...

Since 2010, at least 82 journalists have been killed with only 5 cases resolved.

On October 24, Taliban militia attacked freelance journalist, Sadaqat Ghorzan, while reporting on the recently reopened Torkham border crossing...