AJ IMPACT

Modi's party accuses Washington Post of 'biased' India coverage

BJP leader claims editorial policy of the newspaper, owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, is 'agenda-driven'.

Modi's party accuses Washington Post of 'biased' India coverage

Turkey

Egyptian security forces raid Turkish news agency in Cairo

Anadolu news agency says four employees were taken to an undisclosed location after police swoop.

Egyptian security forces raid Turkish news agency in Cairo

101 East

101 East Awards

Awards won by Al Jazeera's current affairs documentary programme which focuses on stories from Asia-Pacific.

101 East Awards

Vietnam

'Pushing boundaries': The rise of Samizdat publishing in Vietnam

Liberal Publishing House publishes and distributes books Vietnam's government does not wants its citizens to read.

'Pushing boundaries': The rise of Samizdat publishing in Vietnam

Media

Britain secretly funded Reuters in 1960s and 70s

Declassified documents illustrate gov't involvement, which outlet says it would not allow today according to principles.

Britain secretly funded Reuters in 1960s and 70s

AJ Impact

This year's Oscar for best director will definitely go to a man

Female directors are making more gains, but for the 87th time, the academy selects only men as best director nominees.

This year's Oscar for best director will definitely go to a man

The Listening Post

US versus Iran: Tension over the airwaves

Media in the US and Iran are vastly different but when it comes to war they both stumble. Plus, Rio's media collectives.

Human Rights

Morocco rights activists warn over free speech after arrests

Leading human rights activists warn of assault on freedom of expression following the arrest of journalists, artists.

Morocco rights activists warn over free speech after arrests

Opinion

The war addiction of American cable TV

The same people justifying the 2003 disaster war in Iraq are once again on screen justifying US aggression.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

Human Rights

Singapore faces first legal challenge over 'fake news' law

Tiny opposition party takes government to court over order on two Facebook posts and an article on its website.

Singapore faces first legal challenge over 'fake news' law

The Listening Post

The science and the art of open-source journalism

From Xinjiang, China to Douma, Syria - how challenging stories are being reported using tools of open-source journalism.

Asia

Bangladesh blocks news website accusing minister of corruption

Sweden-based site reported on minister's watch collection which includes a Rolex worth almost as much as his salary.

Bangladesh blocks news website accusing minister of corruption

Egypt

Egyptian journalist says home raided, brother arrested

Government critic Mohamed el-Garhy says police raided his parents' house and asked his father for his whereabouts.

Egyptian journalist says home raided, brother arrested

AJ Impact

Philippines' Duterte tells media conglomerate owners to sell out

Duterte has a rocky relationship with the media, especially with those critical of his bloody anti-narcotics campaign.

Philippines' Duterte tells media conglomerate owners to sell out

Morocco

Moroccan YouTuber sentenced to prison, journalist detained

Free speech advocates say the move reflects growing pressure against those who use social networks to express anger.

Moroccan YouTuber sentenced to prison, journalist detained