Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta has attacked ABS-CBN reporter Mike Navallo, calling him ‘un-Filipino’ after a report questioning Marcoleta’s...

Farah Marshita Abdul Patah is a journalist working in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She started her career in journalism in 2009 with Malaysia’s leading...

The proposed Australian Associated Press (AAP) newswire sale is in the final stages of negotiation with a consortium of investors and philanthropists....

Mohd Rashdan Jamaludin has extensive experience as an editor and business journalist in Malaysia. As part of the #MYMediaMatters campaign, supported...

Hong Kong citizens defied a police ban to mark the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre as the city’s legislature passed a law criminalising...

Unidentified assailants shot Sindhi daily Koshish journalist Jamil Mahar on June 2 leaving him critically injured. The International Federation of...

The Jakarta State Administrative Court (PTUN) ruled the government internet ban in Papua and West Papua during the anti-racism protests in August and...

Samoa’s new parliamentary building plan overlooks including a press gallery. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) expresses deep concern...

Surigao Chapter City Police have posted malicious content on their official Facebook account accusing the National Union of Journalists of the...

The Department of Health’s Bureau of Quarantine has released a directive which prohibits overseas Filipino workers who are quarantined from granting...

Kevin Davasagayam is a journalist with the Sun. As part of the #MYMediaMatters campaign, supported by the European Union, Kevin recognises the pivotal...

Rao Ghulam Murtaza, a journalist affiliated with Daily Jahan-e-Pakistan was shot dead by robbers in broad daylight in Jodhpur in the Punjab province...

Supreme Court of Cambodia has upheld the ruling on withholding the passports of two former RFA reporters who were charged with espionage. The...

Lawmakers have approved the Human Security Act or new anti-terrorism law, giving the government more power to restrict dissent. International...

The International Federation of Journalists joins 63 global media unions and advocacy groups denouncing the Philippines government’s closure of the...

An Indonesian Solidarity Party politician sues journalist Farid Gaban for his critique of Teten Masduki, minister of Cooperatives and Small and Medium...