Belarus is targeting journalists with trumped up criminal charges to shut down protest coverage, say rights groups.
One rights group called the verdict a ‘travesty of justice.’
Zhang Zhan challenged Beijing’s monopoly on information, and paid a price.
On Thursday the International Federation of Journalists said it had recorded the murder of 42 journalists in 2020 so far. Within hours the figure was already out of date.
He is the 18th journalist to be killed since President Rodrigo Duterte came to power, a media union said.
Hong Kong TV reporter Choy Yuk-ling could face jail time in connection with a documentary about a mob attack at a train station.
Prashant Kanojia was arrested on August 18 this year. His wife, Jagisha Arora, says it is part of the crackdown on journalists.
Singapore’s leaders defend defamation lawsuits as a way of protecting their reputations. But critics say the practice stifles freedom of expression.
In a video taken on her phone, Josie Huang is heard repeatedly telling the officers she's a reporter and screaming for help.
Trump spent the rally calling for the return of college football and warning that "residents of antifa" are coming to a suburb near you.
As misinformation permeates the region, prominent media-rights activist Supinya Klangnarong says a concerted effort is needed to fight the rising problem.
The U.S. government-funded station has resumed service after a steep drop in media freedom under nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban.