The murder of Slovak investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee last month, which sparked mass protests and forced prime minister Robert Fico ...
A Turkish court on Wednesday handed a woman who phoned into a top television talk show to complain about military operations in the Kurdish-dominated ...
It has been 38 years since the toppling of the Shah and the coming to power of the Islamic Revolution in February 1979. One of the demands of the ...
The session aimed to predict whether coverage of the region will change over the next decade
This year’s Arab Media Forum theme was ‘Media for Good’ and highlights the role journalists play in promoting humanitarian principles
Umar recently wrote a piece critical of Erdogan for the Dutch daily Metro, which led to her arrest
Today’s Zaman editor-in-chief Bulent Kenes was detained at the newspaper’s offices by plainclothes police
One cry echoed louder than other chants
Analysts say that Egypt’s anti-terrorism drive has put pressure on media outlets to withhold criticism of the state
Sedef Kabas was reportedly charged with ‘targeting public servants’
Sedef Kabas asked followers not to forget a judge who dropped a corruption probe
Turkey was the world’s top jailer of journalists in 2012 and 2013
A Russian law limits foreign media ownership to 20 percent
The dispute is the latest episode in Egypt's struggle between authorities giving security precedence over nearly all else
Nasreddine Ben Hadid told a talk show that he was ‘honored’ by his friendship with a terror leader
Scrapping of Information Ministry prompts debate on whether the move is a victory for media freedoms or just a ruse
Recep Tayyip Erdogan called CNN's Ivan Watson a “lackey” who had been “caught red-handed” trying to bring chaos to Turkey.
Twitter bosses announce that the microblogging site will block posts in Pakistan deemed to have 'blasphemous' content
Gary Pruitt says reporters’ jobs are becoming more challenging but also more important
The three women journalists were detained on the peninsula by members of Russian Unity
Reporters Without Borders warns attackers are trying to turn region into ‘black hole for news’
Judicial authorities ordered two pro-reform newspapers - Aseman and Bahar - closed in recent months on allegations of questioning Islamic principles
New York-based watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists says 211 were imprisoned and 70 killed in 2013
Violence in Syria and conditions in Lebanon and Iraq mean the region remains the worst globally for journalists, according to report
Erdogan sought tighter controls over the Internet, actions his critics say highlight his authoritarian instincts
The new powers, once approved by the president, will let authorities block web pages within hours
Mahir Zeynalovin was also barred from entering Turkey after anti-govt tweets
The government says the reform was needed to protect privacy
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