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Journalist killed in Ghana, home to Africa’s freest press
Journalist killed in Ghana, home to Africa’s freest press
Despite Ghana’s position as the country with the most press freedom in Africa, 2019’s first recorded death of a journalist happened in Accra...
Media watchdog condemns 'yellow vest' attacks on journalists
Media watchdog condemns 'yellow vest' attacks on journalists
Reporters Without Borders on Sunday called on those who speak for France's "yellow vest" protesters to condemn numerous attacks and threats against...
Nigerian journalists released
Nigerian journalists released
Uthman Abubakar, the regional editor of Nigeria’s Daily Trust newspaper, was released from custody on Tuesday after he was detained by...
Netflix drops satire episode critical of Saudi Arabia
Netflix drops satire episode critical of Saudi Arabia
Netflix confirmed Tuesday that it removed an episode of a satirical comedy show that criticises Saudi Arabia, after officials in the kingdom...
Germany arrests suspect over killing of Bulgarian journalist
Germany arrests suspect over killing of Bulgarian journalist
German police have arrested a man suspected of the rape and murder of Bulgarian television journalist Viktoria Marinova, Bulgarian officials said...
Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova murdered
Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova murdered
A broadcast journalist who had been investigating alleged corruption involving European Union funds has been found raped and murdered, but it is...
The online battle for the truth
The online battle for the truth
False information is saturating political debate worldwide and undermining an already weak level of trust in the media and institutions, spreading...
The World Cup of press freedom
The World Cup of press freedom
President Vladimir Putin worked hard to bring the 2018 Fifa World Cup to Russia, but now that the spectacle is underway, his influence has...
Afghan media defiant after deadly day for journalists
Afghan media defiant after deadly day for journalists
Afghan journalists were shaken but defiant on Tuesday, vowing to continue reporting on the bloody conflict after the deadliest attack on the...
Nepal newspaper due in court for case slammed as press freedom attack
Nepal newspaper due in court for case slammed as press freedom attack
Nepal's largest newspaper is due in court Friday summoned by the country's chief justice for articles critical of him, in a case widely condemned...
Sudan papers go online for freedom from censors
Sudan papers go online for freedom from censors
Seated in his Khartoum office overlooking the Blue Nile, Sudanese journalist Adil al-Baz no longer fears a crackdown by security agents over his...
Algeria's independent press fears for its survival
Algeria's independent press fears for its survival
Stifled by the internet and 24-hour news channels as well as political pressures,...

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