Kidnappings, killings, arrests and forced disappearances – This is what hundreds of journalists covering the Syrian war have been suffering from ...
An opposition newspaper in Turkey is remaining defiant a day after the detention of its chief editor and at least 12 senior staff
Middle East correspondent Maria Abi-Habib said she was detained and asked to hand over her cellphones at Los Angeles International Airport
Umar recently wrote a piece critical of Erdogan for the Dutch daily Metro, which led to her arrest
The government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been accused of authoritarianism and muzzling critical media
Police dispersed protesters who had gathered outside of the opposition Zaman newspaper’s Istanbul headquarters
The journalism watchdog made the call after a Syrian opposition journalist was fatally shot near the border with Syria
Pravit Rojanaphruk, a journalist forThe Nation newspaper, was taken into military detention on Sunday
Asaaib Ahl al-Haq militia group has repeatedly interefering with the newspaper's printing presses in Baghdad
Larry Cohler-Esses was the first journalist from a pro-Israeli Jewish publication to be granted a journalist’s visa since 1979
Rezaian's lawyer has said that Monday's hearing would likely be the last, and would be given over to the defense.
Freedom House said Tunisia "registered the best score of any Arab country"
Mine Bekiroglu, 28, had been detained by police in February last year over claims she insulted Erdogan
On his Facebook page, Wael al-Ibrashi announced that the show was abruptly cut “because of pressures enforced by ministers”
The newspaper announced its intentions to publish documents proving that the 2012 poll was fixed, but the ministry banned it
Turkey’s constitutional court overturned new amendments to a controversial law which granted the telecoms authority more internet monitoring powers
The Committee to Protect Journalists cited Turkey for being the world's worst offender for imprisoning journalists
National security agents confiscated the entire print run, about 23,000 copies, of Al-Tayar's Saturday edition
Almost all journalists jailed in Turkey were detained on a number of criminal charges, their profession was ‘irrelevant’
Al-Jazeera reporter Peter Greste has been charged with publishing lies that harmed Egypt’s national interest
The Saudi ministry of culture and information deals with e-newspapers according to “responsible freedom” principals, said the ministry’s spokesman
China’s Foreign Ministry says reporter Austin Ramzy will leave the country before the end of the week
The association was shut shortly after the swearing in of former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2009
Pakistan media regulary faces snubs and threats at best and murder at worst
The journalists were arrested after authorities raided Al-Jazeera’s offices in Egypt
The journalist was filing a report on the events unfolding in the northern city of Qamishli
Youssef’s show ‘The Program’ was suspended by private broadcaster CBC as it violated its editorial policy
In 2013, 52 journalists were killed as a result to their work, down from 73 in 2012
Much of Jordan’s media is under tight state control, a situation that has attracted criticism from press freedom groups
The rejected bill involved setting up a special body to police the media
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