The plight of Rohingya migrants continues, but only local outlets seem to be the only ones covering it
Female journalists–in Brazil, Italy, and Russia–have been making waves and making their voices heard in the #MeToo movement
The #MeToo movement has gotten traction in China, and the “silence breakers” are now fighting the government.
An unprecedented amount of press freedom crackdowns and violations have occurred this year.
A picture is worth 1,000 words – especially in global news.
American diplomats in Turkey have talked press freedom, and have gotten an earful in response.
Some are accusing the media of being biased towards the Rohingya refugees as the crisis continues in Myanmar.
Yemen’s humanitarian crisis has been difficult to cover, as journalists are having trouble gaining access to the country.
In the Western World, former Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin is largely remembered for leading an oppressive regime under which millions of Soviets died. However, according to a survey released by Russia’s Levada Center last month, 38 percent of Russians consider Stalin to be the
Egypt recently banned 21 news sites, prompting concerns from press freedom organizations all over the world.