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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...

A Karen state court sentenced Zaw Ye Htet, the chief editor of online news agency Dae Pyaw to two years in prison for an article alleging there had...

Kolkata-based English daily The Telegraph announced the shutdown of its Guwahati edition, asking staff to resign by May 31, citing the economic...

Beijing’s intention to pass new Hong Kong national security laws sparked demonstrations beginning on May 22, potentially jeopardising the future of...

Tehmina Kaoosji is an independent broadcast journalist and an advocate for gender equality and social justice. As part of the #MYMediaMatters campaign...

The local government has repeatedly harassed Radyo Natin Guimba (RNG) radio station reporters in Guimba for covering their response to Covid-19. The...

Wan Noor Hayati Wan Alias is an award winning journalist and union activist who writes for a number of publications including the Malaysia Gazette....

A day after publishing an article on a Srinagar gunfight, Fahah Shah, founding editor of The Kashmir Walla was summoned to Srinagar cyber police...

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque accused CNN Philippines journalist Triciah Terada of misquoting him despite never writing the report containing...

Journalist unions and representative organisations in the Asia Pacific are disturbed by the “cease and desist” order that forced Philippines...

Journalists from non-government owned media outlets were barred from covering Malaysia’s lower-house parliamentary proceedings May 18. The...

The Australian federal government’s communications minister Paul Fletcher requested ABC employees to go without a pay rise for the next six months....

New York Times correspondent Chris Buckley was expelled from China earlier in May, the same day as the United States (US) announced new visa...

Journalists in Malaysia are concerned at increasing controls on press freedom as they advocate for much-needed reforms to protect media workers from...

Journalist organisations together with media company associations and the Indonesian Press Council have called on the government to support the media,...

Sok Oudom, the owner of Rithysen radio station and website, was arrested and charged with broadcasting false news on a local land dispute in Kampong...