Cambodian leader Hun Sen told the journalists to “find a job elsewhere” for reporting that his son had approved $100,000 in humanitarian aid to Turkey.
The murder took place in the capital Manila, an especially bold act even in a country that ranks seventh most dangerous in the world for journalists.
Billionaire Gautam Adani, who is friends with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, announced the acquisition of nearly 30 percent of NDTV.
VICE News was barred from the conservative conference, where the star attraction is Hungary’s authoritarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
Pham Doan Trang was awarded the International Women of Courage prize, a move Vietnam said was “not conducive for the development of bilateral relations.”
The killing of Jorge Camero, 28, came the same week the U.S. secretary of state called for better protection for journalists and Mexico’s president said he didn’t know what he was talking about.
With unconfirmed rumours of "kill lists", one journalist said prison would be a "best case scenario" under Russian rule in Ukraine.
The demise of the city’s independent news outlets has left hundreds of journalists out of a job. Many are not coming back.
The killing of Lourdes Maldonado in Tijuana is the second murder of a journalist in the border city in a week, and the third this year so far across Mexico.
In an inglorious list of dictatorships and authoritarian regimes, three Asian countries lead the way for the number of journalists languishing in prison.
The human rights lawyer, who is defending Nobel Prize-winning journalist Maria Ressa, says it's time to do away with colonial-era laws.