Mulleriyawa Police in the Central Province of Sri Lanka refused on January 10 to record the death threat complaint of a court correspondent. The...

The Anti-Terrorism Court of Pakistan convicted journalist Nasrullah Chaudhry for allegedly possessing banned literature and spreading religious...

The draft bill for a controversial new media law, which includes draconian restrictions on press freedom, is set to be signed by President Mohamed...

Taiwan’s election result on January 11 delivered stronger hopes for press freedom and media independence in the country after incumbent Tsai Ing-wen...

While Hong Kong’s protests continued, so too did the attacks on journalists and press freedoms in late December and early January. The International...

Sarhan Abukalloub (37) is a journalist and documentary film-maker born and raised in Gaza, Palestine. His work as a journalist in the small and...

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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...

The presenter of the Italian Sanremo 2020 festival, broadcast by the Italian public television RAI, caused a wave of indignation in Italy after he...

Plusieurs journalistes se sont fait agressés par les forces de l'ordre libanaises alors qu'ils couvraient les manifestations mercredi 15 janvier à...

The undersigned international and regional press freedom and journalism groups welcome the start of the murder trial this week against the suspected...

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) today supported Iranian journalists who denounced interference with their editorial independence,...

An online journalist was physically assaulted and threatened by gunpoint for his coverage of a transport company in Aceh on January 4. The...

Egyptian police raided the office of the Turkish state-run news agency in Cairo on Tuesday. The next day it detained four staff members and their...

The annual report on The State of Media Freedom in Somalia, published by the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ), has revealed an array of...

Libasse Hane, 51, a former official at the IFJ Africa office in Dakar, died on Tuesday, 14 January, 2020 after a brief illness.

The President of Albania, Ilir Meta, has vetoed a proposed law that would stifle online media following the pressure from the Association of...