Beijing’s propaganda blitz seeks to obscure the origins of the coronavirus, writes Louisa Lim.

Police have harassed and attacked journalists in Hyderabad and Delhi on alleged breaches of lockdown orders amid the Covid-19 outbreak. The...

Despite the importance of journalism during a crisis, reporters continue to face challenges to their health and safety during the COVID-19 outbreak....

Regional newspapers in Australia have begun closing their doors and laying off staff following the Australian Government’s economic stimulus response...

Chinese staff members working for US new agencies in Beijing were dismissed as a result of orders by the Beijing Personnel Service Corporation for...

Bulatlat, a leading alternative online publication was refused media accreditation for access to Coronavirus quarantine areas, with authorities...

Dozens of journalists in Jakarta and Bogor, West Java are under observation after being in contact with sources who have tested positive for COVID-19....

The protests on March 21 saw the Hong Kong police continue to target reporters. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate...

More than eight million people living in Kashmir are unable to access reliable health information about COVID- 19 as the seven month long internet...

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to sweep the world, the Chinese authorities’ response to the crisis is being closely monitored for undue...

Protesters targeted the Indonesian magazine company, Tempo following the paper's publication on a politician allegedly involved with money laundering....

Myanmar’s military withdrew two lawsuits against The Irrawaddy and Reuters News Agency on March 18, following the involvement of the Myanmar Press...

Journalists in the Philippines covering Luzon’s quarantine area were ordered on March 16 by the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO)...

The body of the journalist Aziz Memon was exhumed on March 15 after a joint investigative team (JIT) found the initial post mortem report...

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on March 18 that all US journalist working in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau for the New York...

The Yangon court accepted the Myanmar military’s legal dispute against The Irrawaddy over the newsroom coverage of the conflict in Rakhine State. The...