Veteran journalist Abdiaziz Mohamud Guled was killed on 20 November in a targeted attack by a suicide bomber in Mogadishu, the capital city of...

Two journalists who were arrested in the early hours of November 14 in Tripura state for alleged criminal conspiracy and spreading of communal hatred...

Christos Christophides from the Union of Cyprus Journalists explains the benefits of ILO Convention 190 and how it widens the scope of a workplace to...

The new agreement, reached ahead of the virtual summit between China’s leader Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden on November 16, will allow...

A field visit to the Trade Union of Media of Montenegro in Podgorica to discuss the evolution of the Union to Union Project. 

Sucedió en el palacio de gobierno de la provincia argentina de Tucumán. Un caso tuvo lugar durante la cobertura de los resultados de las elecciones...

In a letter adressed to Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on November 16, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has urged the...

On November 5, Malaysian authorities made a public appeal for information on Sarawak Report editor and founder Clare Rewcastle Brown after reviving a...

Ukrainian media workers face dangerous working conditions despite recent improvement through cooperation agreements with law enforcement agencies, the...

On 8 November, the Press supervisory board of the Islamic Republic of Iran banned the publication and revoked the license of Kelid newspaper after it...

Hamid Saighani, a prominent journalist for Ariana television network, was killed in a bomb blast on a minibus in western Kabul on November 13. The...

On November 14, the Sudanese authorities arrested the bureau chief of Al Jazeera in his home in Khartoum. The International Federation of Journalists...

Las autoridades cubanas retiraron el domingo 14 de noviembre las credenciales de prensa de los/as reporteros/as de la agencia española de noticias EFE...

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...