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.
On July 8, 2018, the National Union of the Congolese Press (UNPC) announced they had been contacted by two local reporters who claimed to have been unlawfully held by security forces. In their statement to the press, the UNPC explained that Ronelly Ntibonera and Ghislain
Last month, the arrests of journalists, online censorship and attacks on the media sparked global press freedom concerns.
From online censorship to the murder of a Mexican journalist, here are some of the press freedom stories you may have missed last month.
India’s press freedom is being tested by attacks on journalists and censorship of media.
As anti-government protests in Nicaragua become more violent, journalists and media outlets are at more risk.
By “withholding” accounts, Twitter has gone into the business of censoring information in other countries.
The Post, a movie about censorship, has been uncensored in Lebanon.
The app, which is widespread and instrumental to the protests, has been taking censorship blows.