Iranian-American journalist Masih Alinejad was the target of death threats and attempted kidnapping by the Islamic Republic regime.
This week, Belarusian security police searched offices and homes of lawyers and human rights activists, detaining at least 10 people in a new crackdown on opponents of President Lukashenko.
The intelligence unit shared intelligence reports on journalists from the New York Times and the blog Lawfare, noting they had published leaked unclassified documents about DHS operations in Portland, the newspaper reported.
Muyesser Yildiz, the Ankara news editor for the OdaTV online news portal, was detained on Monday. She was formally arrested on Thursday following her questioning.
Eyad Hamad, a veteran Palestinian cameraman, received threats from PA security officials who told him that they would see to it that he gets fired from AP.
The Committee to Support Journalists documented 86 violations against Palestinian journalists in December.
Despite region’s systemic repression of the press, reporters step up exposure of graft
Media regulatory body PEMRA publishes advice following TV viewers “expressing loath and disapproval.”
The European Parliament must vote massively in favor of “neighboring rights” for the survival of democracy and one of its most remarkable symbols: journalism.
Misinformation matters because media outlets have great power. They shape the way we understand the world and, ultimately, drive our behavior.