Four telecommunication companies in Myanmar were ordered by authorities to temporarily suspend internet services in nine townships amid military...

A media security guard has been shot and killed, while another seven media workers have been injured from a car bomb blast near private broadcaster...

Hundreds of delegates from journalists unions around the world adopted a new Global Charter of Ethics for Journalists at an historic International...

A Kashmiri editor was arrested in a late night raid on his home in Srinagar on June 24. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its...

Myanmar’s military has launched legal action against three local journalists following their reporting of a farmer protest in the Kayah State capital,...

Cambodia’s court has rejected an appeal by two former Radio Free Asia (RFA) reporters accused of espionage. The International Federation of...

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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...

India’s increasing spate of attacks and murders of media workers has prompted a direct call to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for urgent action...

The president of Karachi Press Club (KPC) was punched and pushed from a chair by a politician from Pakistan’s ruling party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf...

A consortium of more than a hundred civil society organisations, unions and citizen groups handed a draft Freedom of Information Bill to the Gambian...

El día 26 de junio se cumple el primer aniversario del inicio de la lucha por la reincorporación de lxs trabajadorxs despedidxs por la gestión del...

An opposition leader in Botswana has been accused of abusing a female journalist on social media.

Egyptian media company Al-Tahrir is in danger after its website was blocked for unknown reasons and could be insolvent within two months, according to...

Palestinian Prime Minister, Mohammad Shtayyeh, today committed to work on improving journalists’ safety and fighting against impunity following a...

Greece's State Council today heard an appeal filed by media owners which would lead to the closure of the fund which provides healthcare and pensions...

L’Assemblée nationale du Burkina Faso a adopté le 21 juin une réforme du Code pénal qui prévoit jusqu’à dix années de prison pour la diffusion...