Thousands of Georgians took to the streets of the capital Tbilisi on Sunday to protest what they say is an attempt by the government to clamp down on the country’s most popular TV…
Cartoonists continue to ‘pay a high price for their irony’, it’s been claimed, two years since Islamists stormed Charlie Hebdo’s offices in Paris and killed 12…
An annual 'round-up' from Reporters Without Borders (RSF) details the growing threat of detention, abduction and murder faced by journalists
Demonstrations spilled into a fourth day on Monday over measures seen as attempts to cement the government's grip on power.
A third day of protests has taken place against plans by Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PIS) to restrict journalists’ access to parliamentary sessions.
EU Council President Donald Tusk weighs in on the contentious subject of press freedom in Poland, as protests take place in the capital.
Police have forcibly broken up a demonstration that had blocked the exits from the Polish parliament. Warsaw police spokesperson Mariusz Mrozek denied the use of tear gas.
Ethnic conflicts, political instability and starvation characterize the realities of Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo. The Foreign press seems indifferent to the massacres taking place in thes
The Middle East remains a region that draws the attention of the public because of the many conflicts in the area. According to INFOCORE, a study that investigates the role the media plays in violent
The media's role in the management, prevention and resolution of violent conflicts is more crucial than ever. Euronews spoke to experts from INFOCORE, an international research project, investigating
In the Balkans, the foreign media played a key role in raising awareness about the bloodshed taking place in the region, and in influencing international public opinion regarding a military interventi
Protests take place in Turkey and across Europe in support of the opposition journalists and pro-Kurdish MPs arrested this week.
Turkish authorities have reportedly ordered the formal arrest of nine executives and journalists of the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper.
Can Dundar is the former editor-in-chief of Cumhumriyet, a newspaper that is staunchly critical of the Turkish government.
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