Ukrainian authorities have come under fire for the faked death of Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko, who was announced shot dead in a contract-style killing, only to reappear at a news…
The Newseum, a Washington museum dedicated to the understanding of the importance of a free press, held a ceremony to commemorate journalists killed last year on the job.
The countries that have re-emerged from Yugoslavia are struggling to liberate themselves from repressive practices of the past. As time goes on, press freedom is only on the decline.
Journalist Roman Sushchenko, who worked for Ukrainian state news agency Ukrinform for more than a decade, was detained in Moscow in 2016. He has been sentenced to 12 years for espionage.
Reporters gasped and applauded as journalist Arkady Babchenko appeared alive and well at a press conference in Kiev, less than 24 hours after authorities said he had died from three…
A US federal judge has ruled that President Trump violated the US constitution by blocking Twitter users who disagree with him.
Afghanistan's slain journalists were remembered on World Press Freedom Day on Thursday, days after the deadliest attack on the country's media since the fall of the Taliban in 2001.
Ten journalists were among dozens killed in multiple attacks across Afghanistan on Monday, in the deadliest day for the country's media since 2001. Two suicide blasts in Kabul killed 25…
A Myanmar police chief ordered officers to set up a Reuters reporter by handing over sensitive documents to him in a sting operation that also ensnared his colleague.
A Russian journalist who wrote on Moscow's "shadow army" in Syria has died after falling from the balcony of his fifth-floor flat, but investigators said on Monday that his death was not…
Reporters Without Borders on Saturday accused the Israeli army of the "deliberate shooting" of journalists in Gaza after a week of bloodshed by the border.
Malaysia's government Monday pushed a law through parliament that makes "fake news" punishable by a maximum six-year jail term despite an outcry from critics.
Singapore activists criticized on Monday a parliamentary committee which is examining possible legislation to combat "fake news."
An Azerbaijani claiming to be an exiled journalist in France was seriously wounded and his wife was killed on Friday in a gun attack near the southern city of Toulouse.
Indian police have arrested the editor of a website for publishing a fake report that Muslims had attacked a monk from the Jain faith.
Beijing announced the launch of a new mega-broadcaster -- via merging its largest state television and radio stations -- to improve its international image.
Hit-and-run attackers have killed two journalists in 24 hours in separate incidents that underlined India's reputation as one of the most dangerous places for reporters.
The Malaysian government proposed a "fake news" law on Monday, which would carry a maximum 10-year jail term, including for articles published abroad.