Reporters sans Frontieres calls upon the International Criminal Court to determine whether Israeli air strikes on a Gaza building housing media outlets constituted a war crime.
"This challenge of Covid-19 has squeezed the life from television and radio stations," said David Omwoyo, the head of the Media Council of Kenya, as decreasing revenues and rising unemployment hit media.
Chinese, Russian and other organisations that are deemed ‘state-controlled’ will be labelled with immediate effect. What might this mean for credible journalism?
The ambassador says his speech was intentionally mistranscribed as the meaning of his 'well-intended' words were changed to be misinterpreted.
The pandemic and the George Floyd protests give society a rare window to push for change.
Iran has a longterm ideological and military aim that doesn't require the Syrian regime to reform, or redeem itself.
Experts say such threats are not new to the country and its banking regulator knows how to deal with such unethical financial conduct.
Kashmir's abysmal freedom of press dips further as several journalists are booked for 'anti-national activities'.
The 179-year-old Jewish Chronicle and the Jewish News went into liquidation this week with more British papers feeling the pinch as sales and advertising revenues dry up.
The prospect of Covid-19 hitting Yemen is terrifying considering the already ongoing humanitarian catastrophes in the country.
Botched responses from governments have ranged from denial to disinformation while exacerbating a global leadership vacuum.
Several global powers, including the US and the UK, feigned ignorance over the coronavirus, deliberately endangering older populations and raising troubling questions about their commitment to basic human values.
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