Dramatic changes to Croatia's public broadcaster draw sharp criticism from free expression organizations.
Bytes for All, Pakistan, has raised concern over the declining state of fundamental rights in online spaces highlighting the government's strategy of fighting terrorism by infringing upon civil liberties.
Is Brazil's president plotting the demise of the national public broadcasting service?
Expert group finds there are strong grounds to believe murder was politically motivated.
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, a governmental body whose members are appointed by royal decree, now has direct control over the internet filtering system allowing government agents to block content they deem undesirable.
The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is shocked by the decision of the public prosecutor on 2 August to open a counter-appeal against Antoine Deltour, Raphaël Halet and Edouard Perrin, the two whistleblowers and the journalist involved in the so-called ‘‘LuxLeaks scandal’’.
New mechanism available to journalists, freelancers, accredited and unaccredited staff aims to convey verified complaints to authorities.
#FreeThe5KH: How you can help five human rights defenders imprisoned for helping a woman mired in a Cambodian political scandal.
Three years after being charged, photojournalist still waits in his cell for a court date.
Ethiopian security forces killed dozens of protesters in the Amhara and Oromia regions during protests on 6-7 August 2016. In recent days, the government blocked social media message applications, including Facebook, Twitter, Viber and WhatsApp.
Journalist Humberto Vacaflor was charged after reporting that President Morales had been one of the masterminds of the murder of a police officer and his wife in 2000.
The explosion occurred shortly after the body of a prominent lawyer, Bilal Anwar Kasi, who had been the victim of a shooting attack in another part of the city, was brought to the hospital. Media outlets sent reporters to cover the scene there.
The daughter of a veteran Guatemalan radio journalist gunned down on June 25 by unidentified attackers was herself fatally shot on Tuesday, prompting IPI to call on authorities to do more to protect journalists and bring their killers to justice.
Boaz Ntaconayigize, a Bonesha FM journalist who had fled into exile, was stabbed by four men in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, just a week after he told his editor that Burundian intelligence agents had infiltrated the Burundian refugee community there.
The event was a pageant in Kampala’s Club Venom to crown Mr/Ms/Mx Uganda Pride. Police claimed that they had been told a “gay wedding” was taking place and that the celebration was “unlawful” because police had not been informed of the event.
Share your message of solidarity over Cambodian radio with imprisoned human rights defenders.
On 3 August 2016, members of the riot police assaulted freelance journalists as they covered demonstrations against the Zimbabwe government’s plans to introduce bond notes, in the wake of adeteriorating socio-economic environment.
“We are profoundly concerned by the recent attacks against journalists and independent media, which increase pressure on the media in Venezuela. This is especially alarming given the shortages of food and medicines in the country, the economic crisis and the intense social and political tensions."
Oman's Internal Security Service (ISS) arrested prominent journalist Ibrahim Al-Maamari, Editor-in-chief of Azamn newspaper on 28 July 2016.
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Join RSF in urging amendment to German bill allowing warrantless surveillance of foreign journalists.