The National Press and Publications Council of Sudan suspended on 20 September the publication of newspapers, Al – Intibaha and Al – Sayha for a...

A ‘factual error’ on the location of a suspected terrorist’s arrest in a Dainik Bashkar news report led to the arrest of its editor, Sandeep Sharma,...

Journalists and news crews were targeted by protestors and police during a series of protests in Melbourne on September 21. The International...

La Federación Argentina de Trabajadores de Prensa (FATPREN) llevó adelante durante las últimas semanas asambleas y un paro nacional para exigir un...

Three separate IFJ digital media studies commissioned from July to September 2021 found that digital media workers in Pakistan are largely ignored...

En los últimos días se recrudeció la hostilidad del gobierno hacia trabajadorxs de prensa y contra la Asociación de Periodistas de El Salvador (APES),...

Durante la noche de ayer se conoció la noticia del asesinato del comunicador en la región del Valle de Cauca. Si bien los motivos del crimen aún no...

Hong Kong’s national security chief recently accused the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA), an affiliate of the International Federation of...

The President of the Journalists Workers ‘Union of Tanzania (JOWUTA), Claud Gwandu, has called on the Tanzanian Government to “stop issuing general...

El jueves 16 de septiembre, trabajadorxs de la revista Caras y Caretas y del periódico La Diaria se presentaron ante la justicia por una demanda por...

The health of journalist Mohammed Al Sagheer, who was arrested on June 7, 2019 in Northeast Syria and sentenced by a military anti-terrorism court to...

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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...

Myanmar’s military junta is increasingly arresting media workers, a sign of the gradual deterioration of press freedom in the country. The...

Concerns for Chinese journalist and former lawyer Zhang Zhan are increasing after reports showed that Zhang’s health condition had deteriorated during...

At least 153 media organisations have been forced to cease operations as the Taliban’s new regime solidifies in Afghanistan, with women journalists...

In the latest in a series of intimidation tactics against Kashmiri Journalists, the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) administration has adopted a new order...