Protesters in Brussels have called for stronger protestions for media freedom in Hungary after the the biggest opposition newspaper The Hungarian government has denied any…
The future of Hungary’s main leftwing opposition newspaper is in doubt following an announcement that it is likely to be sold.
Several thousand Hungarians have protested outside parliament in Budapest, saying press freedom is under threat following the closure of Népszabadság, the country’s leading opposition…
The sudden shutdown of the country's leading leftwing newspaper, officially for financial reasons, prompts alarm over press freedom.
Editors and journalists locked out, website shut down – journalists speak of a "coup".
Melania Trump, the wife of US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, sued the US-based publisher of the Daily Mail Online and a blogger over stories about her past she believes were “tremendous
Turkey shuts down a hundred media outlets and sack almost half its generals as the crackdown intensifies in the wake of the July 15 failed coup.
Police have arrested a gunman who fired at least two shots at a prominent Turkish journalist who was briefing reporters about his trial. Can Dundar
Prominent Turkish opposition journalists Can Dundar and Erdem Gul have been sentenced to five years and ten months and five years respectively for
Kenyan and Malaysian cartoonists Gado and Zunar have been awarded the 2016 Cartooning for Peace Prize. The accolade, which rewards cartoonists for
Every day journalists are being persecuted for doing their jobs. They are spied on, detained, jailed and even murdered. This video is part of a
Turkish authorities have earned a reputation for handing out prison terms to journalists in recent months. But Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu sought
Brussels’ failure to tackle Turkey over press freedom shows EU leaders have dropped the idea of Ankara becoming a member of the bloc, it's been claimed
Days after the Turkish authorities seized control of the country’s largest newspaper Zaman, its reporters in Germany have published their own
Press freedom is thrown into question as Turkish authorities fire tear gas and rubber bullets at hundreds protesting the state takeover of Zaman newspaper.
Turkish police fired tear gas and plastic pellets to disperse thousands of demonstrators gathered outside the country’s biggest newspaper, “Zaman”
Turkey's top-selling opposition newspaper reopens following a state takeover that has once more thrown into question press freedom.
Police in Istanbul used water canon and tear gas on a crowd trying to prevent them entering the offices of Turkey’s top-selling newspaper. State
The release of two Turkish journalists has been described by one of them as a “clear defeat” for the country’s president. Can Dundar from
Things are heating up ahead of Super Tuesday on the US campaign trail. Video footage has emerged seemingly showing Chris Morris, a Time magazine
The controversial case of two Turkish journalists, who were freed from detention on Friday, has again provoked the wrath of president Recep Tayyip
Turkey has freed two prominent journalists after the country’s top court ruled their detention violated their rights. The arrest of Can Dundar
Since the end of last year, Poland has been ruled by a populist right-wing government trying to get a hold of public media and the Constitutional Court. But student Artur Sierawski has something to sa
We have interviewed one of the leading Polish experts in constitutional law, Marek Chmaj. It took place in his Warsaw-based law office, where he just