The Covid-19 pandemic has worsened the press freedom situation in countries such as China, Russia, and Turkey, where authorities have used it as a...

We, the undersigned, are troubled by the decline in press freedom and democratic rights in Hong Kong and express our deep concern about the...

We, the undersigned media freedom organisations and journalist unions in the Asia Pacific region, strongly condemn the threats against press freedom,...

Three journalists, including a female reporter from Caravan magazine, were beaten, subjected to slurs, threatened with death, and sexually harassed in...

The campaign to bring back ABS-CBN, the largest broadcasting station in the country, continues to gather momentum. PIRMA Kapamilya, a public campaign,...

Iranian censors have shut down Jahan Sanaat newspaper after it reported the comments of a health professional about the real number of Coronavirus...

Diananta Putra Sumedi, a former chief editor of online local media banjarhits.id, was found guilty and sentenced to three months 15 days for his...

Jimmy Lai, the high profile chairman of Next Gen and founder of Apple Daily, was arrested on the morning of August 10 on allegations of collusion with...

Malaysian authorities have refused to renew the work visas of two of Al Jazeera’s journalists. It follows a police raid of the global broadcaster’s...

Ika Ningtyas and Zainal Ishaq, two fact-checkers from Tempo.co and also members of the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) Indonesia, were...

A new report, released in the Pacific Journalism Review on July 31, highlights the growing need to address media freedom in the region, particularly...

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) plans to regulate social media use as part of the controversialanti-terror law. The International Federation...

The office of Les Echos newspaper in Dakar was attacked and vandalized by elements of the Moustarchidine Wal Moustarchidati movement on Monday, August...

Malaysian police together with Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) raided global broadcaster Al Jazeera and the offices of two...

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) draft bargaining code on digital platforms, released on July 31, is a ground-breaking move...

The University of Hong Kong’s (HKU) governing body voted on July 28 to fire longtime associate law professor and pro-democracy leader, Benny Tai. The...