During the recent Israel-Palestine conflict three media buildings were destroyed, journalists were assaulted, and little information has been shared by officials. Free press experts said the violations set a dangerous precedent for press freedom in the region.
On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists released its latest “Attacks on the Press” anthology. The theme this year: Repression 2.0. The compilation, which features nearly two dozen short pieces by prominent journalists and media figures, aims to be a comprehensive account of the challenges
This is part two of a comparative analysis on North and South Korean media landscapes. Check out part one on North Korean censorship. North Korea is known to the world as the second worst country for freedom of press. The country’s ongoing mission to become
This is part one of comparative analysis on North and South Korea media landscapes. Check out part two on South Korea here. After the death Kim Jong-Nam, the official state-run North Korean news organization Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) issued a statement accusing South Korea
The murders of two Dominican journalists were caught on Facebook Live earlier this month. The world watched as radio presenter Luis Manuel Medina and producer Leonidas Martinez were killed as they hosted their show for station 103.5 HICC. A third victim, Dayaba Garcia, a secretary,
Tweet to @NABEELRAJAB According to the Bahraini government, Nabeel Rajab is a repeat offender for spreading false news. He is currently being investigated for two different crimes. One for exposing the torture of detainees in Jaw Prison and another for “disseminating false rumours in time of war”