Inter-American Court of Human Rights issues ruling holding Colombia’s govt responsible for the attack on Jineth Bedoya.
Freedom of the Press
Concerns about effect of ‘foreign interference’ law in country where media already operate under strict regulation.
Baloch separatist group claims responsibility for attack on the journalist’s vehicle using a magnetic explosive device.
Journalist and her Rappler news site are facing multiple legal cases over coverage of Duterte and his war on drugs.
Al Jazeera speaks to Maria Ressa, investigative journalist and co-recipient of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.
Journalists Maria Ressa, Dmitry Muratov receive congratulations from around the globe on winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
Journalists from the Philippines and Russia hailed ‘for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression’.
Controversial legislation has been described as having ‘totalitarian leanings’.
Myanmar and Belarus proved particular low points as online rights declined globally in 2021 for the 11th year in a row.
Brussels urges member states to ‘protect’ reporters amid recent spike in killings and widespread online threats.
Media workers strongly condemn beating of journalist Patient Ligodi covering protest called by Martin Fayulu.
Female journalists who fled the country tell Al Jazeera they were left with no choice amid fears of Taliban persecution.
Jailed tycoon Jimmy Lai’s newspaper was shut in June after a police raid to probe breach of a new national security law.
The four Iranian intelligence officials are accused of targeting a journalist and human rights activist based in the US.