On November 24, unknown assailants targeted female journalist, Ambreen Fatima, attacking her as she drove with family in the eastern city of Lahore....

Chinese businessman Fang Bin, who reported on the Covid-19 pandemic from the front line in China, was reportedly being detained pending trial. The...

The Taliban has announced eight religious ‘guidelines’ which restrict the broadcasting of media that contravenes Islamic values, with several edicts...

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), with the support of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), arranged a two-day Gender Equality...

Beijing authorities censored foreign coverage of missing Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai, who recently accused a former top Chinese official of sexual...

On November 8, the Dhaka Cyber Tribunal slapped charges against photojournalist, Shafiqul Islam Kajol, for three separate offences under the Digital...

Pakistan’s Senate passed a new Protection of Journalists and Media Professionals Bill, drafted in consultation with journalists’ organisations and...

Two journalists who were arrested in the early hours of November 14 in Tripura state for alleged criminal conspiracy and spreading of communal hatred...

The new agreement, reached ahead of the virtual summit between China’s leader Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden on November 16, will allow...

On November 5, Malaysian authorities made a public appeal for information on Sarawak Report editor and founder Clare Rewcastle Brown after reviving a...

On 8 November, the Press supervisory board of the Islamic Republic of Iran banned the publication and revoked the license of Kelid newspaper after it...

Hamid Saighani, a prominent journalist for Ariana television network, was killed in a bomb blast on a minibus in western Kabul on November 13. The...

The Hong Kong government has refused to renew the employment visa of one of the Economist correspondents in the city without giving a reason,...

Frontier Myanmar’s managing editor Danny Fenster was found guilty and sentenced by a court to 11 years in prison with hard labour on November 12. The...

On November 1, Myanmar’s military junta introduced a series of amendments to broaden the remit of the nation's Broadcasting Law to potentially include...

Muhammad Zada Agra was shot dead in Sakhakot by two unidentified gunmen on November 8, days after he spoke out against alleged corruption and drug...