La Fédération internationale des journalistes (FIJ) et l'Union de la presse francophone (UPF) ont lancé le 27 juillet un Prix pour le courage et...

Several journalists and demonstrators were attacked with nerve gas by security forces in Tunis on 22 July, during a protest against the new draft...

The South East Asia Journalists Unions (SEAJU) has strongly condemned the Myanmar military junta’s execution of four pro-democracy activists and the...

A female journalist was allegedly assaulted and threatened by Taliban officials on July 20 and another detained on July 26 amid continuing attacks on...

The Indonesian government will begin blocking private electronic systems operators that fail to register their platforms by July 27, despite concerns...

Taliban officials threatened and forced Australian journalist Lynne O’Donnell to publicly retract several articles during the journalist’s visit to...

IFJ in the news

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...

Sri Lankan security forces carried out a violent raid on the Galle Face protest site in Colombo on July 22, attacking and detaining journalists and...

Three men attempted to intimidate a journalist at his house in Tamiang Layang, Central Kalimantan, on July 17, allegedly for his coverage of sexual...

Durante la conferencia diaria conocida como “mañanera” que ofrece el presidente mexicano Andrés Manuel López Obrador, el reportero Rodolfo Montes alzó...

La comunicadora, quien es ex presidenta de la Asociación de la Prensa Uruguaya (APU), denunció ante la policía que recibió una amenaza de muerte...

Despite protests by media rights organisations, Maldives President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih ratified amendments to the nation’s Evidence Act on 18 July,...

The latest draft of the Indonesian criminal code (KUHP) consists of several articles that potentially criminalise journalists’ work and threaten press...

Police arrested Jharkhand-based independent journalist Rupesh Kumar Singh on July 17, accusing him of supporting Maoist groups. The International...

Anti-government protesters entered the building of the Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation on July 14, harassing journalists in the office and forcing...

Two independent journalists were violently attacked by the Federal Somali Police Force (SPF) on 18 July and one journalist was arrested and has been...