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Euronews Culture's Film of the Week: 'She Said'
Released in time for the five years of the #MeToo movement and International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, She Said is the adaptation the 2019 nonfiction book by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey.
Festival celebrates the life of Daphne Caruana Galizia
In 2017, Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bomb in Malta. Five years later, a new festival celebrates the intrepid work female journalists do to speak truth to power.
Russian journalist Ivan Safronov jailed for 22 years for treason
Human rights activists have slammed the trial as a sham and accuse Russia of trying "revenge" against Safronov.
Daphne Caruana Galizia: Suspect confesses to Maltese journalist murder
George Degiorgio, one of three people accused of the 2017 assassination, has confessed to a reporter that they were paid to plant the car bomb that killed her.
EU proposes law to combat 'gag orders' on journalists and activists
Press freedom activists have welcomed the move as a "first step".
Leading Russian independent newspaper shuts down amid media crackdown
Novaya Gazeta said they'd had two warnings from Russian press watchdog Roskomnadzor, which put their operating licence at risk.
Norway condemns arrest of two journalists ahead of Qatar World Cup
Qatar’s government accused the NRK journalists of "trespassing on private property and filming without a permit" but Norway has criticised the arrests.
It’s time to make a commitment to protect the media | View
Four years after Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder, journalists in Europe are still under threat, writes Article 19's Europe division chief Sarah Clarke.
Ukrainian state bank CEO resigns after assaulting journalists
The chairman of Ukreximbank was filmed assaulting two journalists during an interview at his office on Monday.
Report into the abuse of Rohingya women wins top EU media prize
This year's Lorenzo Natali Media Prize also recognised investigative reporting into the conditions of migrant workers in Spain and India's under-reported hunger crisis.
Malta 'responsible' for murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
The probe said that Maltese authorities had created a "culture of impunity" that led to her killing.
Pegasus spyware scandal: What we know so far
An international group of journalists made explosive allegations about widespread government spying on mobile phones. Here's what they say.
Paris prosecutor launches probe into Pegasus hacking allegations
The Israeli-made spyware is believed to have been sold to authoritarian regimes, with French and Hungarian journalists on the potential target list.
Russia outlaws investigative media outlet Proekt calling it a 'threat'
Proekt has previously published reports exposing alleged corruption and abuses by wealthy officials close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Dutch crime reporter Peter R de Vries wounded in shooting in Amsterdam
The prominent journalist, known for his reporting on the Dutch criminal underworld, is in a serious condition in hospital.
Russia targets investigative journalists with raids in media crackdown
Police raided the homes of journalists from the Proekt online outlet. The website was investigating the wealth of Russia's interior minister.
EU rejects claim that European funds financed Lukashenko's 'goldmine'
A new documentary film alleges that EU funds contributed to financing Lukashenko's regime and his lavish lifestyle. The bloc has rejected the accusations as "completely unfounded and baseless."
Daphne Caruana Galizia: The fight for truth continues three years on
Investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed when a bomb planted in her car detonated. The fight to uncover the truth behind her murder and closure for her family continues to shake Malta to its foundations.
Le Monde's concern after journalist summoned by intelligence services
A journalist from the French newspaper Le Monde, Ariane Chemin, was summoned on Wednesday to meet with French intelligence services. She is the fifth French reporter to receive such a summons in the past weeks.
One year on: how has journalist Jan Kuciak’s murder changed Slovakia?
The murder sent shockwaves through Slovakia and sparked the biggest street protests since the Velvet Revolution in 1989.