Syria's Civil 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'

Rodrigo Duterte

Philippines' Duterte bans journalists from palace

Journalist group compares Philippine president to 'petulant child' and warns that his action is 'anathema to democracy'.

Duterte bans Rappler reporters from presidential palace


Turkey: Six journalists given life sentences over coup

Six Turkish journalists have been sentenced to life in prison on charges related to a failed 2016 coup attempt.

Turkey: Six journalists given life sentences over coup


Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar denied bail

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo accused of violating Myanmar's Official Secrets Act, which carries a maximum 14-year sentence.

Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar denied bail


Egypt extends journalist's detention for 11th time

Egypt extends Al Jazeera journalist's detention for another 45 days, and he has still not been formally charged.

Journalism under fire

Reporters Without Borders: 65 media workers killed in 2017

Reporters Without Borders has documented the number of journalists killed or jailed this year.

Al Jazeera

Egypt extends Al Jazeera journalist's imprisonment

Mahmoud Hussein's jail term extended by 45 days again as he approaches one year of detention on spurious charges.

Egypt extends Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein's jail term


Journalists honoured for bravery amid global threats

In the past year, 34 journalists were killed in the field, more than 250 others were jailed and 55 remain missing.


'For the seventh year, freedom has been in decline'

Freedom House report blames governments for using a range of tools to strangle the idealistic potential of the internet.

Journalism under fire

American journalist freed from Zimbabwe prison on bail

Martha O'Donovan leaves maximum security prison in embassy vehicle, a day after she was granted bail in subversion case.

Martha O'Donovan released from Zimbabwe jail on bail

Journalism under fire

Zimbabwe court grants bail to arrested US journalist

American citizen was arrested and taken into police custody over a tweet that described President Mugabe as a 'goblin'.

US journalist Martha O'Donovan granted bail in Zimbabwe


Funeral held for slain Malta journalist

Thousands of people in Malta have attended the funeral of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was killed by a car bomb last month.

Journalism under fire

11 journalists killed in Mexico this year

Worldwide over the past decade, more than 800 journalists have been killed for doing their jobs. In Mexico, 2017 is set to be a record year for the number of journalists killed. Al Jazeera’s John Holman reports from Mexico City.

Journalism under fire

Hundreds of journalists killed over past decade across the world

The UN estimates 900 reporters have been killed while doing their jobs in the past decade, but only one-in-ten cases has led to a conviction.

Journalism under fire

World's most dangerous place for press: Covering the war in Syria

Syria is the world's most dangerous country for journalists. More than 200 media personnel have been killed since the start of the war, six years ago.