On August 17, tabloid editor Gwenn Salamida was shot dead by a robber in her recently opened salon in Quezon City. The International Federation of...

Jammu and Kashmir police chased a group of journalists and attacked them with batons while they were covering the Muharram procession in Srinagar on...

Taliban militants carried out search operations in homes of at least three employees of German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) and a freelance...

Authorities from the Meanchey district in the south-eastern part of Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, confiscated An Vichet, a freelance journalists’...

Ghulam Qadir Shar, a Pakistani journalist, working for Time News and Daily Panhanji Akhbar, was attacked by a local political leader’s supporters in...

UPDATED 17.08.21 After a week of steady gains by Taliban militants, who captured dozens of cities across Afghanistan in a lightning offensive, the...

A global coalition supporting Filipino journalist Maria Ressa has welcomed the dismissal of cyber-libel charges against the Rappler CEO and founder....

A coalition of Pakistani media stakeholders and leaders is calling for the rejection of the proposed Pakistan Media Regularity Authority (PMDA) which...

Pakistani journalist, Kashif Hussain, was killed in Wanike Tarrar, a small town in the District of Hafizabad. The International Federation of...

One year on from her detainment by Chinese authorities on “suspicion of illegally supplying state secrets overseas”, a journalist and media collective...

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has today launched an international solidarity campaign with Afghan journalists as the threat of...

Two Lahore-based journalists, Amir Mir and Imran Shafqat, were booked under the cybercrime act by the Pakistani Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)....

Chennakeshavalu, a reporter who worked for local television news channel EV5, was killed in Nandyal, a city in the southeastern state of Andhra...

Cambodian journalists have expressed concern that a new ethics review mechanism launched by the Camboadian government on August 2 could be used to...

UK media organisations and the IFJ’s affiliate the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Foreign...

On July 29, a Chinese court sentenced Zhou Wilin, a reporter for the human rights news website Weiquanqwang, to three years and six months in prison...