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.

Europe

Slovakia police chief to resign after journalist's murder

There have been public protests for weeks since Kutsiak and his fiancee were killed.

Middle East

Palestinian journalists fear being targeted during protests

Photographer Yaser Murtaja was killed and nine other journalists have been wounded by Israeli snipers while covering the Great March of Return protests in Gaza.

Middle East

Syrian government sued over US journalist Marie Colvin's death

Marie Colvin, who worked for the London-based Sunday Times, was killed in February 2012 while covering the siege in Homs.

Reporter's Notebook

The day I went viral: Inside Orban's media crackdown

When Dan Nolan set out to expose how the Hungarian state media systematically targets opposition voices, he became a target himself.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Yaser Murtaja: Slain reporter who captured life in Gaza

Described as a man with an infectious smile, the slain reporter dedicated his life to telling stories of Gaza residents.

Yaser Murtaja, and his dreams of travelling

Rohingya

Amal Clooney to defend journalists held in Myanmar

Amal Clooney asserts the innocence of Reuters journalists on trial for reporting Rohingya massacre in Rakhine state.

Amal Clooney to defend Reuters journalists held in Myanmar

India

Journalist crushed to death in India road accident

Police probe launched after a reporter, who was investigating illegal sand mining mafia, is killed in Madhya Pradesh.

Indian journalist Sandeep Sharma dies in Bhind

Mexico

Mexico: Journalism award honours those covering abuses

The ‘Breach-Valdez’ award will recognise journalists covering human rights abuses and corruption.

Mexico: New journalism award honours those covering rights abuses

Journalism under fire

Kashmir journalist released after six months in prison

Kamran Yusuf, accused of 'waging war against India' and 'stone throwing', gets bail after more than six months in jail.

Kashmir journalist Kamran Yusuf released after six months in jail

Journalism Is Not A Crime

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein's detention renewed for 12th time

Al Jazeera journalist now has been detained for 447 days in Egypt without charge.

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein's detention renewed for 12th time

Special series

Eight must-see documentaries about remarkable women

From India's lady cops to Hip Hop Hijabis - Al Jazeera's documentary picks for International Women's Day, and every day.

Eight must-see documentaries about remarkable women

Egypt

'Egypt arrests mother' cited in BBC police abuse story

Um Zubeida tells BBC about her daughter whom she has not seen for 10 months after being physically abused by police.

'Egypt arrests mother' cited in BBC story on police abuse

Journalism under fire

Egypt's Sisi: Defaming security forces is 'high treason'

President's warning comes amid controversy over a BBC investigation into alleged rights abuses by security forces.

Egypt's Sisi: Defaming security forces is 'high treason'

Syria's War

Journalists in Eastern Ghouta: 'No one likes to die silently'

Al Jazeera spoke to two journalists living in Eastern Ghouta about their experiences covering the air attacks.

Journalists in Eastern Ghouta: 'No one likes to die silently'