Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi puts Jamal Khashoggi murder suspects on trial

Saudi state media says prosecutor has demanded death penalty for five of the 11 defendants.

Saudi Arabia puts Jamal Khashoggi murder suspects on trial

Media

The countries where most reporters were killed in 2018

IFJ says 94 journalists and media workers died in targeted killings, bomb attacks and crossfire incidents this year.

Number of journalists killed on the job in 2018 rises

Mahmoud Hussein

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein marks two years in Egyptian prison

In violation of Egyptian and international law, Hussein completes two years in Egyptian jail without charges or trial.

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein marks two years in Egyptian prison

Opinion

Mahmoud Hussein's case was the canary in the coal mine

Since 2016, the use of 'fake news' accusations to persecute journalists has risen exponentially.

Justin Shilad

by Justin Shilad

Justin Shilad

South Sudan

Being a journalist in South Sudan

Practitioners recount experiences covering political, corruption and human rights stories in world's youngest country.

Being a journalist in South Sudan

Inside Story

Why are journalists increasingly targeted?

Amid the heightening threats, dangers and name-calling, polls show the public's trust in the news media has plummeted.

Myanmar

Myanmar: Protests mark 1-year detention of Reuters reporters

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were arrested after being 'entrapped' in a setup by a senior police officer.

Myanmar

In Aung San Suu Kyi's Myanmar, free press hopes wither

A year since the arrest of Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, media battle official distrust, repressive laws.

In Aung San Suu Kyi's Myanmar, free press hopes wither

Myanmar

In jail, Wa Lone pens children's book on exposing truth

Jay Jay the Journalist was written in prison by Wa Lone, one of two Reuters reporters arrested in Myanmar a year ago.

From Myanmar jail, Wa Lone pens children's book on exposing truth

Asia Pacific

Philippines journalist charged with tax evasion

The journalist and her supporters say this is persecution by a government that sees journalists as the enemy.

Human Rights

Mahmoud Hussein's detention renewed yet again

The decision came after his hearing on November 19, but his lawyer was only made aware of it on Sunday.

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein detention renewed for 45 more days

Journalism Is Not A Crime

Photographer Shahidul Alam released on bail from Bangladesh jail

The 63-year old was arrested for making 'provocative' statements in an interview with Al Jazeera on mass protests.

Photographer Shahidul Alam released on bail from Bangladesh jail

Europe

Malta 'identifies masterminds' of journalist's murder

Investigative journalist's murder last year stunned the small island country and prompted international condemnation.

Malta 'identifies masterminds' of Daphne Caruana Galizia murder

Donald Trump

Judge orders White House to temporarily return CNN's Acosta pass

White House ordered to restore reporter's credentials, which were revoked after last week's contentious press conference

Judge orders White House to temporarily return CNN's Acosta pass

Inside Story

Who is 'the boss' in phone call after Khashoggi's murder?

Leader of the hit squad which killed the Saudi journalist in Turkey allegedly reported success of the mission to Riyadh.