AJ Impact

Facebook faces US lawsuit after judge calls its argument 'wrong'

A California judge has rejected Facebook's arguments that users suffered no 'tangible' harm from major privacy breach.

Facebook faces US lawsuit after judge calls its argument 'wrong'

The Listening Post

How virtual detectives exposed China's 're-education camps'

We meet the open-source investigators helping journalists - and the world - understand the reality of Xinjiang's camps.

The Listening Post

How China spins the Xinjiang story to the Chinese

A look at the evolution of China's Xinjiang narrative and how it is controlled by Beijing.

The Listening Post

Xinjiang: The story China wants the world to forget

A Listening Post special on media coverage of Xinjiang, both inside China and beyond.

Press Freedom

India reporter fears for life after exposing corruption

Concerns raised over media freedom as Pawan Kumar Jaiswal, who exposed corruption in school meal scheme, faces arrest.

India reporter fears for life after exposing corruption

The Listening Post

Reporting the Kashmir lockdown: 'What sort of normalcy is this?'

A look at how Indian and international media tell the Kashmir story amid the communications blackout.

AJ Impact

India's budget Netflix rival targets masses with original shows

ALT Digital aims to more than double the number of web shows it produces over the next two years.

India's budget Netflix rival targets masses with original shows

The Listening Post

Targeted: The journalists reporting politics and crime in Albania

In Albania, reporting on corruption and the links between politics and organised crime can have serious consequences.

The Listening Post

'Normalcy' vs reality: Conflicting narratives about Kashmir

Foreign press and Indian media see Kashmir very differently. Plus, the challenge of investigative journalism in Albania.

AJ Impact

Salt Bae owner plans $890m sell-off to cut debt

Turkish billionaire Ferit Sahenk will be selling more of his well-seasoned assets.

Salt Bae owner plans $890m sell-off to cut debt

Ukraine

The Ukrainian website shaming pro-Russia voices

Being blacklisted on Peacemaker can have serious consequences, including the risk of being killed.

Peacemaker: The Ukrainian website shaming pro-Russia voices

Mexico

Mexican reporter found dead at home with stab wounds

Nevith Condes Jaramillo, 42, ran local news site El Observatorio del Sur, and had sought federal protection.

Mexican journalist found dead at home, twelfth killed this year

Sudan

Sudan authorities allow reopening of Al Jazeera's Khartoum office

Qatar-based network welcomes move, says it hopes Sudan will support media freedom and protection of journalists.

Sudan authorities allow reopening of Al Jazeera's Khartoum office

Counting the Cost

India's defence spending: Ramping up security through imports

Rising superpower India has been updating its ageing war arsenal and is now one of the world's biggest defence spenders.

Pakistan

'Silenced': Pakistan's journalists decry new era of censorship

Journalists tell Al Jazeera coverage of opposition leaders and civil society dissenters 'banned' by government and army.

'Silenced': Pakistan's journalists decry new era of censorship