Phal Dam, a journalist with local television TV3 based in Ratanakkiri province, northeast Cambodia, was summoned to appear in court on Monday, June 15...

Le Huu Minh Tuan, an independent journalist and member of the Independent Journalists Association of Vietnam (IJAVN), was arrested on June 12. The...

Nearly a decade after the murder of Geo News journalist Wali Khan Babar, Pakistan police finally arrested one of his murderers ‘at large’ in an...

Security officials barred private media journalists from covering an official event held in Chinhoyi city on 12 June that the president Emmerson...

A special aid package to protect journalists wages and support struggling media is to be introduced in North Macedonia thanks to the efforts of the...

The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ), the Pan–African Organisation of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has launched today a...

Iranian journalists are calling on the Romanian authorities to take judicial action against judge Gholamreza Mansouri for human rights violations...

The drawn-out case against Maria Ressa and Rey Santos Jr has come to an end as the Manila court finds the two guilty of cyber libel charges, a verdict...

Student journalists from the University of Lampung (Unila) were the targets of digital attacks on June 10, amid preparations to hold an online...

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The Anti-Terrorism Act, also known the ‘Terror Bill’ passed the House of Representatives of the Philippines and the Senate and is now with president...

A Manila court is expected to rule on the cyber libel case against internationally recognised Philippine journalist Maria Ressa on Monday, June 15....

Plus de 1000 journalistes algériens n'ont pas reçu de salaire depuis un an. Le secteur de la presse en Algérie subit de plein fouet la crise...

Malaysia’s Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) continues to be used to prosecute media workers despite the minister’s commitment to review the...

The Minister of Justice in Timor-Leste plans to present to the Council of Ministers a proposal to include criminal defamation in the country’s penal...

The Sudanese authorities crackdown on media, unions and journalists has escalated during the Covid-19 pandemic, with tightening state control over...