Burkinabe journalist Lohé Issa Konaté has been awarded US$70,000 in compensation for the injury he suffered following his conviction on criminal defamation charges and subsequent one-year detention in 2012.
Three activists in western Kazakhstan face prosecution in retaliation for peaceful protests in April and May 2016 against land code changes.
PEN Honduras member Cesario Alejandro Félix Padilla Figueroa is facing immediate detention after a warrant was issued for his arrest and that of five other students at the National Autonomous University of Honduras.
IFEX members from around the world express their solidarity through statements and social media.
Family of Fort Worth newspaper reporter believes there may be a connection between recent reporting and his murder.
Sign RSF's petition urging the Turkish authorities to immediately and unconditionally release journalist and IFEX Council member Erol Önderoglu.
At least 5 people died and 60 were wounded by gunfire as police tried to obstruct two largely peaceful protests in Nyanza region, Western Kenya.
Two journalists in Canchis, Cusco have accused a local councillor of being behind the death threats they received in May.
Reporter Elpidio Ramos Zárate was killed in the southwestern state of Oaxaca, after covering civil unrest and clashes between teachers and police.
RSF condemns local radio journalist Luka Popov's murder in northern Serbia and calls on the authorities to do everything possible to bring those responsible to justice.
On 14 June 2016, Thomas Ssettuba, Programmes Manager of Radio Ssese was attacked and beaten by locals over a land dispute, and later died of head injuries. The incident happened at Banda village Kagulube parish where Ssettuba had gone to collect palm nuts from a firm.
When one of Australia's most decorated journalists can be the subject of jokes about drowning her in an ice bucket, it highlights a culture where women in the media still struggle to be treated with respect at work.
IFEX calls for the immediate and unconditional release of journalist and IFEX member Erol Önderoglu. Sign RSF's petition to #FreeErol.
One in every two of those crossing the Mediterranean this year – half a million people – were Syrians escaping the conflict in their country. Among those escaping are writers and journalists. At least 90 journalists and writers have been killed, while many others have been arbitrarily detained, tortured or have disappeared.
Shots were fired at a Thai journalist's car in what is believed to be a work-related incident.
Facebook's removal of posts critical of Philippines president-elect and other political personalities sparks outcry.
Ethiopian security forces have killed more than 400 protesters and others, and arrested tens of thousands more during widespread protests in the Oromia region since November 2015, Human Rights Watch said in a new report.
IPI blasted Donald Trump's recent decision to deny credentials to the "Washington Post" to cover his campaign, saying his behaviour targeting critics in the media was inconsistent with American values.
Ten Egyptian rights organisations launch campaign called Voices Behind Bars to defend hundreds of young people currently detained for exercising their right of freedom of opinion and expression.
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CPJ welcomes reports of the arrest of a suspected member of a banned Islamist group accused of participating in an October 2015 attack on a Bangladeshi publishing house.