A journalist was obstructed from reporting on a Sri Lankan Air Force Commander’s visit to a Buddhist monastery in Kandy on Sunday, July 21. The...

The National Democratic Alliance has introduced two labour codes that threaten journalism by abolishing the wage board and removing the Working...

Pakistan’s private broadcaster Geo News was forced off air and its channel number abruptly changed in many parts of the country during Pakistani Prime...

Mohammad Tayyab and Ali Raza, two reporters of Channel 24 News, were brutally beaten by a group of lawyers in Faisalabad, the second-largest city in...

Two reporters were arrested in Preah Sihanouk province in the south-west of Cambodia after they covered the protest of an ongoing land dispute on...

Since the outbreak of large scale demonstrations in Hong Kong in June, the IFJ has logged a string of violations against the media. The International...

UPDATED 25.07.2019 A French TV crew was charged with trespassing while covering a protest against Australian coal mining giant Adani’s Carmichael coal...

Hundreds of masked assailants dressed in white assaulted residents, protesters, journalists and a lawmaker in Yuen Long, Hong Kong, hours after an...

Journalists in Pakistan are facing financial instability with reports that some have not been paid for over three months, while others have had their...

UMNO’s Lembah Pantai division expelled non-Malay reporters from covering its annual general meeting on Sunday, July 14. The International Federation...

An interview with vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Party Maryam Nawaz Sharif was pull off air from Pakistan’s news channel...

The Indian government has implemented new restrictions for journalists, including asking journalists to seek appointments to enter the country’s...

Cambodian activists Kong Raiya and Soung Neakpaon remain in detention for alleged criminal incitement for their participation in a memorial march for...

The wife of a detained Chinese-Australian writer has been interrogated by Chinese officials and denied from leaving China. The International...

A nationalist hashtag hate campaign on social media platform Twitter has targeted journalists for attacks for being allegedly “pro-India” and...

Propaganda posters found in Northern Mindanao on July 7, accused members of IFJ affiliate, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP)...