Turkey’s primary news channels all ignored the first election rally of Muharrem Ince, the presidential candidate for the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) last week.
KABUL (Reuters) – Twin blasts in the Afghan capital Kabul killed at least 26 people on Monday, including nine journalists who had arrived to report on the first explosion and were apparently targeted by a suicide bomber, officials said.
A non-governmental organization that promotes freedom of information worldwide on Monday urged journalists who use Apple iCloud China to stop doing so by the end of the month, when control of their data will pass to the Chinese government.
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha assigned a life-sized cardboard cutout of himself to respond to journalists’ questions on Monday.
An advocacy group that promotes press freedom worldwide said Monday that President Donald Trump is the worst world leader when it comes to “undermining global press freedom.”
The number of journalists jailed around the world in relation to their work has hit a record high, according to a new report from an advocacy group.
Government-sanctioned attacks against activists, journalists, and opposition politicians who expose corruption and abuse in repressive regimes are on the rise, according to a new report on internet freedom released Tuesday by an American pro-democracy group.
Reporters, editors, and other members of the media are reliving their election night horror stories in a new exclusive detailing what journalists and figures in the presidential campaigns themselves experienced on the night of Nov. 8, 2016.
Journalists and critics of Donald Trump on Monday spread a false story claiming that the president committed a diplomatic faux pas while participating in a traditional Japanese ceremony.
The former chief U.S. Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times admits in her new book to having made monthly donations to Planned Parenthood during the 40 years she worked at the paper, despite insisting her coverage always remained objective.