Indonesia has less than three months to deliver "full and free" press access to Papua provinces, says PFF, warning that
Thailand's broadcasting regulatory authority suspended the "Daily Voice" programme because in one episode it presented news analysis which "led to disunity in Thai Society by not airing complete facts."
Visually-impaired Ibrahim Tafali Lukuman did not know it, but turning the dial to one of his favourite radio shows would change his life one day.
During World Radio Day, we spotlight the reasons why Latin America's community radio stations play a key social role.
World Radio Day is an occasion to hail the courage and dedication of radio journalists who, in their own country or in exile, provide freely and independently reported news coverage to peoples experiencing crises or living under authoritarian regimes.
Last month, Prime Minister Youssef Chahed issued circular n°4 of 15 January 2017 asking civil servants not to speak to the press and not to reveal official information unless they get the authorization of their hierarchy.
Ts’enolo FM (104.6MHZ) and People’s Choice FM (95.6 MHZ) were cut off in Lesotho for allegedly airing defamatory content about Prime Minister Bethuel Mosisili and Deputy Prime Minister Mothejoa Metsing.
IRFS Chairman and prominent blogger Mehman Huseynov face a private prosecution, which could lead to imprisonment.
For a third year in a row, Iraqi authorities shut down the internet to prevent students from cheating on exams.
Journalist Edgar Joel Aguilar received a death threat via social media; he has worked for 14 years as a presenter, chronicling local violence and crime incidents.
When President Berdimuhamedov succeeded Saparmurad Niyazov in 2007, he tried to portray himself as a reformer committed to modernising his country but human rights are still being trampled underfoot ten years later.
Young people are giving new energy to resistance movements in Hong Kong, Thailand, the Philippines, Burma and Malaysia.
How three courageous solidarity campaigns are showing the way when it comes to resisting suppression in Turkey.
26 organizations from the Middle East and North Africa are concerned for the life of prominent human rights defender Mudawi Ibrahim Adam. Adam says he has been tortured and denied medication while in detention.
Iran is now one of the world’s biggest prisons for media personnel, with a total of 29 journalists and citizen-journalists detained.
While Gambia gives us one of the most hopeful stories of the year, Nigerian media feel the wrath of authorities: West Africa round-up.
The IFJ and the Bangladesh Manobadhikar Sangbadik Forum (BMSF) have strongly condemned the killing of Abdul Hakin Shimul, a journalist who died after being shot during political clashes.
Based in Nairobi for the past five years, British correspondent Jerome Starkey was detained without explanation at Nairobi airport on his return from a visit to the United Kingdom in December 2016 and was put on a flight back to London the next day.
On 5 February 2017, Puntland police removed the director of Radio Voice of Peace from his office in Galkayo, Mudug region, and beat him with guns and batons.
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A new ideological tech initiative aims to keep Iranian citizens isolated from the rest of the world. Will it work?