Three local journalists were covering a protest in Medan over the blocking of access to disputed land by the Indonesian Air Force when violence broke out between residents and Air Force personnel.
Three TV cameramen covering a protest by the MQM political party in Karachi, Pakistan were injured when protesters turned violent.
How did hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans manage to make their voices heard despite shut down subways, threats and journalist visa denials?
Events at recent demonstrations and protests indicate that the fundamental freedoms of expression and assembly in Cambodia are facing ever-greater interference and restriction at the hands of local and national authorities.
The cases of Jagendra Singh, Umesh Rajput, and Akshay Singh show how small-town journalists face greater risk in their reporting than those from larger outlets, and how India's culture of impunity is leaving the country’s press vulnerable to threats and attacks.
Join PEN International in calling on Mexican authorities to protect journalist and author Noe Zavaleta and investigate threats against him immediately.
On 2 September, the first hearing will take place in a trial concerning 5 Taraf
journalists. The trial is believed to be politically motivated and the government is being asked to drop all charges against the accused.
Authorities in Venezuela denied entry to at least six journalists, including CPJ Andes correspondent John Otis, who were traveling to the country to cover a protest demanding a recall referendum on President Nicolás Maduro.
Afghan authorities should urgently investigate allegations that security forces physically assaulted and detained journalists after violence broke out during a protest in central Bamiyan province.
IFEX member Nedal Al-Salman latest human rights defender prevented from leaving Bahrain by arbitrary travel ban.
At around 2 a.m. on 30 August, excrement and homemade explosives were thrown at the Caracas offices of the Venezuelan daily El Nacional
. The attack comes less than a week after a separate incident in which unidentified assailants shot at the façade of Diario de los Andes
Just this week, the Media Commission, the government agency responsible for enforcing press laws and regulations, issued a memo to news outlets stating that no news can be published about the king or the royal family unless it has been sent by the media unit of the royal court.
Reporters Without Borders condemns a bomb attack on the home of Mentor Shala, the head of public radio and TV broadcaster RTK – the second attack of this kind targeting RTK in less than a week.
IFJ and SEAJU welcome a new bill put forward by the Burmese government to repeal the draconian Emergency Provisions Act (1950).
After a Facebook poem lands an Algerian journalist in jail for two years, is anyone's free speech safe in Algeria?
If his recent conviction on defamation charges is upheld on appeal, TV reporter Ariel Armando D'Vicente faces three years in prison and a three-year ban on practicing journalism.
Aslı Erdoğan has had to endure solitary confinement, sleeping on a urinated bed, and lack of water and medicines. Just one more in the growing list of abuses against writers and journalists in Recep Erdoğan's post attempted coup Turkey.
On the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, the MFWA remembers a disappeared Gambian journalist.
Authorities in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz should credibly investigate a shooting attack against freelance journalist Lucia López Castillo and bring those responsible to justice.
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FLIP views the ruling as appropriate, establishing drastic consequences for those who disregard the rights of victims and fail to comply with the Justice and Peace principles