Hong Kong’s Press Freedom Index is now at its lowest since records began in 2013. According to the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) annual...

Photojournalist Biplab Mondal of The Times of India daily was forcibly undressed, illegally confined and beaten while other journalists and...

A mob shouted slogans and set off firecrackers at the main gate of the Sirasa TV in Colombo, Sri Lanka on April 4, 2018 in protest against the...

The arrest of two journalists in Inner Mongolia last week has raised serious questions about media freedom in the region. The International Federation...

Wang Quanzhang has been in police custody for 1,000 days, during which time, his family and legal team have denied visitation rights. On April 4,...

After the failed attempt to implement a policy to suspend journalist’s accreditation over fake news, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry of...

Benny Tai, an associate professor in law at the University of Hong Kong made comments at a forum in Taiwan in late March, which have been widely...

Jacqui Park has stepped down as IFJ Asia Pacific Director to pursue new opportunities in journalism.

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...

Pakistani journalist, Zeeshan Ashraf Butt became the second journalist killed in Pakistan this year, when he was shot dead on March 27. The...

A provincial journalist was detained for hours and threatened by the Sri Lankan military for taking photos and filming video of a public protest at...

Sandeep Sharma and Naveen Nishchal were both killed in separate vehicle incidents in India on Monday, March 26. The International Federation of...

Since September 2017, human rights activist Zhen Jianghua has been in police detention and his lawyer Ren Quanniu has been denied access to his...

The Malaysian Government tabled an ‘Anti-Fake News’ bill in parliament on Monday, March 26, ahead of general elections that are to be held in the...