La fusion des journaux suisses "Bund" et "Berner Zeitung", propriété du groupe de presse Tamedia, entraînera d'importantes suppressions d'emplois. La...

Betty Mutekhele Barasa, a senior video editor and television producer working for the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), was assaulted and shot...

The Yemeni Journalists Syndicate has documented 24 violations of press freedom in the country between 1 January and 31 March 2021, ranging from...

Investigative journalist Morgan Large discovered that her car had been sabotaged, with two bolts removed from a wheel on Monday 29 March. The...

Employees at Artı TV and online media Artı Gerçek face losing their jobs as a result of their parent company's decision to terminate its contract with...

On April 1, the founder of media group Next Digital, Jimmy Lai, was convicted of organising and taking part in an unauthorised assembly in 2019. The...

A Tempo journalist in the East Java was assaulted and threatened for investigating a case of alleged bribery involving the former director of...

The British Broadcasting Corporation's (BBC) China correspondent, John Sudworth, has been forced to relocate to Taiwan over concerns for his safety....

Carlos Alberto Tafur, periodista de la emisora ‘Radio Stereo G 96,5’, ha recibido amenazas de muerte por revelar diferentes casos de corrupción en la...

At least 35 cases of harassment against 72 journalists were logged in Cambodia in 2020, according to a new report by the Cambodian Journalists...

The National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (NUJU) has won support for a 14-point plan to save the country's print media.

In a statement published today, leading international press freedom and journalists’ organisations condemn the continued judicial persecution of...

Myanmar authorities released Associated Press (AP) journalist Thein Zaw from detention on Wednesday, March 24, following his arrest three weeks ago....

Media union leader Rana Muhammad Azeem, secretary general of the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), received a death threat after exposing...

La Cour suprême du Burundi a condamné le 23 juin 2020 sept journalistes à des peines de prison à perpétuité pour avoir "fomenté un coup d'état contre...

Leaders of 50 journalists’ unions and associations in 34 European countries today called on their governments to intensify pressure and take action in...