Four Burundian journalists working for the Iwacu Press Group were sentenced to two years and six months in jail and fined one million Burundian francs...

Several news outlets from Hong Kong, including the BBC, Epoch Times, Radio Free Asia (RFA) and Voice of America (VOA) express concerns over...

La Fédération internationale des journalistes (FIJ) publie ce 4 février son rapport annuel détaillé des 49 journalistes tués dans le monde en 2019. ...

Cambodia’s Appeal Court on January 28 dismissed an appeal by two former Radio Free Asia (RFA) journalists’ against alleged espionage charges. The...

Journalists called on Sri Lanka’s government to take meaningful action to investigate journalist killings and disappearances on the annual ‘Black...

Digital media workers in North Macedonia have won a groundbreaking new charter for decent work and model fair work contracts, thanks to a campaign...

Journalists in Pakistan are facing a widespread crisis of unpaid salaries, causing financial instability, trauma and stress-related deaths in the...

Citoyens, journalistes, artistes, organisations de défense des droits humains et syndicats de journalistes se sont retrouvés mercredi 29 janvier à...

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has joined forces with its US affiliate, the National Writers Union (NWU), to demand the rights of...

Journalist Maxwell Nashian of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) FM Station, also known as Fombina FM, died at the hospital where he...

Two private radio stations in Gambia, King FM and Home Digital FM, were taken off air on the orders of the Gambian police which raided their studios...

Voici le discours du Secrétaire général de la FIJ, Anthony Bellanger, délivré au Conseil de l'Europe le 27 janvier 2020 à Strasbourg (France).

The Turkish press authority on 24 January cancelled press cards of hundreds of journalists, but did not give any reason for the measure. The...

[UPDATED FEBRUARY 7th] Glenn Greenwald, journalist and co-founder of the investigative media outlet "The Intercept", has been accused by Brazil's...

Leaflets threatening to kill seven Tamil journalists were left at the Batticaloa Press Club and a nearby bus stop in Batticaloa, a city in the Eastern...

The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) and press freedom advocates are calling on the Philippines Congress to support the...