On October 21, Taliban militants attacked several journalists covering a protest rally organized by a group of women demanding “work, bread, and...

Myanmar’s military junta has freed 13 journalists and media workers, after its announcement on October 18 that over 5,000 prisoners and wanted persons...

UNESCO and the International Federation of Journalists cordially invite you to participate in the Global Conference on Improving the Protection,...

Kashmir authorities have detained and questioned five journalists and media workers since October 8, two of whom remain imprisoned, as hostility...

Shahid Zehri, a reporter for a local TV news channel Metro News 1 was killed on October 10 when a bomb exploded in his car in the Hub area of...

Filipino and Russian journalists, Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov, were today announced as the winners of this year's Nobel Peace Prize for "their...

On September 29, citizen journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu’s eight-year sentence under Vietnam’s Penal Code was upheld in the court of appeal in Danang....

In the past month, the Philippines government has blocked access for journalists to pandemic coordination channels, while its military is alleged to...

Jammu directorate of information in central Kashmir’s Budgam district announced it will limit and regulate journalists covering official functions due...

After disappearing while covering a farmer protest in Lakhimpur Kheri, a reporter for Sadhna Prime News was found dead on October 4. The International...

South Korea’s National Assembly, in which the ruling Democratic Party holds a majority, has backed down on the amendment bill of the Press Arbitration...

The World Association of News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), the International Publishers Association (IPA), and the International Federation of Journalists...

Over seven weeks since the capture of Kabul by the Taliban, and the subsequent evacuation of western troops from the city, many journalists with close...

Prominent Afghan journalist and author Sayed Maroof Sadat, a former government spokesperson and an affiliate of radio ‘Sub Bakhair and Sham Bakhai’,...

Youn Chhiv, journalist and owner of website Koh Kong Hot News, was sentenced to a years imprisonment on September 30 for incitement under Cambodia’s...

Since 12 August, the International Federation of Journalists, many of its affiliates and other international organisations, have received thousands of...