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

Podcast

Why is the US tracking journalists and immigration advocates?

US Customs and Border Protection gathers intelligence on people with ties to the migrant caravan and subjects them to additional scrutiny.

Why is the US tracking journalists and immigration advocates?

Indonesia

Campus journalists challenge Indonesia's limits on free press

Students in Medan question legality of their dismissal from school publication after 'lesbian love story' went viral.

Campus journalists challenge Indonesia's limits on free press

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

Twitter

How Arab governments use cyberspace laws to shut down activism

Critical Arab voices are being silenced on Twitter, and laws across the Middle East are created to further this cause.

How Arab governments use cyberspace laws to shut down activism

Press Freedom

Pakistan's journalists vow to fight against increasing censorship

Three private news channels have been ordered off the air and 21 others have received notices of closure from the government.

Middle East

RSF's Turkey representative acquitted of 'terror' charges

A journalist and an activist acquitted along with RSF's Erol Onderoglu of making 'terror propaganda' for PKK fighters.

RSF's Turkey representative acquitted of 'terror' charges

United Kingdom

UK police warning to media over leaked memos stirs anger

UK politicians, journalists say police warning over UK ambassador's leaked documents risks infringing on press freedoms.

UK police warning to media over leaked memos stirs anger

The Listening Post

Boycott, resist, push back: Shifting Israel narratives in the US

We travel across the US to see how the discourse on Israel is evolving among politicians, journalists and activists.

Jamal Khashoggi

Media watchdog visits Saudi Arabia to free journalists

Reporters Without Borders says it met Saudi officials in April to press for the release of 30 jailed reporters.

Media watchdog visits Saudi Arabia to free journalists

Pakistan

Media watchdogs slam 'brazen censorship' by Pakistan

Rights groups criticise government for 'dictatorial tendencies' after channels taken off air for covering opposition.

Media watchdogs slam 'brazen censorship' by Pakistan

Turkey

Turkish journalists take legal action over 'blacklisting' report

Journalists' union says a think-tank report on Turkish journalists working for foreign media 'incites people to hatred'.

Turkish journalists take legal action over 'blacklisting' report

The Listening Post

Istanbul: A Turkish haven for Arab journalists

In Turkey, Arab reporters in exile have managed to carve out a space for adversarial journalism aimed at the Arab world.

The Listening Post

Turkey: No country for bold journalists?

We speak to three Turkish journalists living in exile. Plus, a voice in Ankara's defence.

The Listening Post

Media haven or hell? The paradox of journalism in Turkey

A look at two groups of exiled journalists: those on the run from Turkey, and others who have found a sanctuary there.