Kumparan, an online media based in Jakarta sacked almost 100 media workers on the basis of decreases revenue from the Covid-19 outbreak. The...

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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 Philippines House of Representatives committee voted to deny the renewal of ABS-CBN’s broadcasting franchise. The International Federation of...

Malaysia police summoned six Al Jazeera media workers for questioning relating to an investigation for defamation and violation of Malaysia’s...

Meghalaya village council in northeast India filed a police complaint against veteran journalist and Shillong Times editor Patricia Mukhim over her...

The International and European Federations of Journalists (EFJ/IFJ) are extremely concerned by violence against journalists during the protests...

While the Philippines Congress prepares to vote on the future of the Philippines’ largest broadcaster ABS-CBN, South East Asia Journalist Unions...

Covering a year of unrest marked by anti-extradition bill protests in June 2019, a pandemic and the National Security Law, the Hong Kong Journalists...

Russian security forces arrested former journalist and current adviser of the head of the Russian space agency Ivan Safronov on 7 July on charges of...

Police opened an investigation into a documentary produced by Al Jazeera, broadcasted on July 3, which focused on how Malaysian authorities treat...

The Lahore High Court directed Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) to restore license of private TV channel 24NewsHD on July 7. The...

South China Morning Post correspondent Tashny Sukumaran, who was questioned in May 2020 over her social media posts, has been summoned again for her...

Yemeni journalists have suffered numerous press freedom violations ranging from killings, torture and kidnapping to threats, attacks on media...

Shariful Alam Chowdhury, a reporter for the Daily Samakal, was severely assaulted by several members of the local citizen union, the Union Parishad on...

Radio journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva has been found guilty of "justifying terrorism" and fined 500,000 rubles (around 6.000 €) over a column she wrote...

Rana Ayyub's social media profiles have been flooded with rape and death threats after she wrote posts about a Kashmiri victim killed by the Indian...