Russian journalist Yulia Yuzik was arrested in Iran and detained for a week before being released to her family.
Singapore’s latest crackdown on “fake news” follows global path toward declining press freedom.
The Freedom House 2019 report revealed a downward trend in global press freedom, specifically in the U.S., China, Hungary, India and Vietnam.
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders privately admitted to misleading reporters during a press conference on May 10, 2017.
Russia has instated new legislation aimed at countering fake news but serves to increase censorship online.
Claims of defamation against opposition newspaper Novaya Gazeta mark the latest attempt at censorship of independent outlets in Russia.
Amid political turmoil in Venezuela, foreign journalists are being targeted by Maduro’s policies of detainment and censorship.
Following international criticism from human rights and press freedom organizations, the female Iranian TV journalist was allowed to return to her home country.
Turkey, December 5 Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests https://t.co/zIygjrgvA4 — Can Dündar (@candundaradasi) December 5, 2018 After the attempted coup in Turkey in 2016, President Erdogan has cracked down on
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