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...

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Every week the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is compiling a list of the top news articles from across the world in which it is...

Regent Africa Times journalist Alex Ogbu was shot and killed on Tuesday, 21 January in the Nigerian capital, Abuja while covering a protest march by...

[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...

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has denied media access to court proceedings during the treason trial of opposition leader Kem Sokha. The International...

Robert Tapfumaneyi, a journalist working for Syl media, was assaulted by the security personnel of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) on...

On January 20, the Ukrainian Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports unveiled a draft law on combating disinformation and regulating media activity. ...

Philip Jacobson, an editor of environmental science website Mongabay, was arrested on January 21, 2020, on suspicion of “visa violations” in...

Glenn Greenwald, periodista y cofundador del medio de investigación “The Intercept”, fue denunciado por la fiscalía este martes 21 de enero, acusado...

Mulleriyawa Police in the Central Province of Sri Lanka refused on January 10 to record the death threat complaint of a court correspondent. The...

The Anti-Terrorism Court of Pakistan convicted journalist Nasrullah Chaudhry for allegedly possessing banned literature and spreading religious...

The draft bill for a controversial new media law, which includes draconian restrictions on press freedom, is set to be signed by President Mohamed...

Taiwan’s election result on January 11 delivered stronger hopes for press freedom and media independence in the country after incumbent Tsai Ing-wen...