Richie Mehta, a Canada-based film director, has begun addressing the systemic issue of sexual assault and rape in India through a new Netflix mini-series entitled “Delhi Crime.”
A deeper dive into the chaos in Nicaragua reveals journalists reporting in exile while press freedom declines to a dangerous low.
The latest crackdown on the media in Israel takes the form of a billboard in the midst of charges against Prime Minister Netanyahu for accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts from a Hollywood producer.
Reuters journalist Wa Lone, currently serving a 7-year sentence in Myanmar, published a children’s book addressing the issue of press censorship in the country.
As the events surrounding Jamal Khashoggi’s murder unravel, other champions of freedom of expression got a second chance to tell their stories.
Three pro-Kremlin trolls who were cyber-attacking Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro were convicted in Helsinki.
The world never stops spinning which means news never stops running. Read about what happened in September in the world of media and press.
For months, the world has been watching as Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo faced potential imprisonment for reporting on mass graves of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. This past week, the two were sentenced to seven years of jail each.
International Community Denounces Mexico for Treatment of Journalists in Light of Recent Wave of Murders
Three journalists have been killed in Mexico in the past two months, continuing the country’s unfortunate record as one of the most dangerous countries in the world for reporters.
As Yemen’s Civil War rages on, the casualty list includes journalists trying to report on the atrocities they see while risking their own lives.