Reporter's Notebook

My week with Trump's top general in Afghanistan

Sue Turton returns to Afghanistan to shadow US General Nicholson as he pursues the Trump administration's new counter-insurgency strategy in the war-torn country.

Middle East

Palestinians' Great March of Return: The human cost

As Palestinians marked 70 years of Nakba, Israel responded by firing live ammunition - killing dozens of demonstrators.

Palestinians' Great March of Return: The human cost

The Listening Post

Locked up alone: Solitary confinement in the US

We examine one of the biggest human rights issue in the US that most Americans have never heard of.

The Listening Post

Afghanistan: When journalists become targets

Ten Afghan journalists were killed in Kabul bombings. Plus, the human rights issue of solitary confinement in the US.

Cambodia

Cambodia: Phnom Penh Post editor sacked over article

New owner of Cambodia's Phnom Penh Post fires editor and calls for article to be retracted, employees say.

Cambodia: Phnom Penh Post editor sacked over article

The Listening Post

Afghanistan: 10 journalists killed in a single day

The Kabul attacks underscore the dangers Afghan journalists face as the war-torn country slips deeper into violence.

The Listening Post

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: Her life and death in the media

As the country mourned the death of South Africa's anti-apartheid icon, the media went to work characterising her life.

Media

Cambodian newspaper's sale raises troubling questions

Publisher blames falling revenues for sale but others suspect Hun Sen government coercion in run-up to July's elections.

Cambodia's Phnom Penh Post sold to Malaysian Sivakumar G

Europe

Armenia protests highlight role of independent journalists

Utilising social media, independent journalists were able to offer an unprecedented counter-narrative to Armenia's state-run media.

The Listening Post

Kabul bombings: The perils of being a journalist in Afghanistan

Ten journalists were killed in the deadliest attack on Afghanistan's media since 2001. Plus, Winnie Mandela's legacy.

Inside Story

Why are journalists increasingly becoming a target?

At least 10 journalists were killed in Afghanistan on Monday. Reporters in many countries face threats every day.

Middle East

Journalists in Yemen targeted by both sides of the war

It's becoming harder to tell the story of what's happening in Yemen, and human rights groups say the threat is coming from both sides.

The Listening Post

Press freedom on trial: The DNC lawsuit against WikiLeaks

Could the DNC's legal battle against WikiLeaks set a dangerous precedent for press freedom?

Media

'A dark day': Tributes for journalists killed in Kabul

At least nine journalists killed in Afghan capital blast while arriving at scene to cover aftermath of earlier bombing.

'A dark day': Tributes for journalists killed in Kabul

The Listening Post

Undercover for RVision: Reporting Myanmar's Rohingya story

Rohingya VisionTV relies on undercover citizen journalists to tell Myanmar's Rohingya story from the inside.