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Serbia journalists still fear abuse despite press freedom rise?
Critical journalists have faced rising violence and harrassment and few of the perpetrators have ever been brought to justice.
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One journalist who recently left Belarus told Euronews that the situation for reporters is so dangerous in the country that very few remain.
Is freedom of the press at threat in Slovenia?
Are journalists being censored and intimidated in Slovenia? The Prime Minister of the next country to hold the Presidency of the European Council has come under fire for waging a war on the media. Journalists, the authorities, and citizens tell their stories about press freedom in the country.
Brussels calls for a law to protect Europe's endangered journalists
"There is nothing in our European rules recognising the special role of the media as one of the pillars of democracy."
UK regulator Ofcom revokes CGTN's licence to broadcast in the UK
A bid to switch the licence to an entity called CGTNC was also stopped it its tracks, as the media outlet is ultimately controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, Ofcom said.
Legal bid seeks to stop Malta's political parties owning TV stations
In a historic case that could change the face of the Maltese media, one independent news outlet is taking on the political establishment to restore impartiality to the airwaves.
QAnon: a dangerous conspiracy boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic
Labelled a terror threat in the US by the FBI, Qanon's pro-Trump social media conspiracy theorists are now on the ground at demonstrations in Europe boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Unreported Europe looks into who they are - and why many experts feel the phenomenon is too dangerous to be ignored.
Russian journalist sets herself on fire and dies after police search
Irina Slavina set herself on fire outside a regional police headquarters on Friday.
Russian parliament approves 'foreign agent bill'
Russia's lower house of parliament approved legislation that critics say will allow the Kremlin more power over information access in Russia.
German newspaper to investigate owner over past as Stasi informant
Under the code name "Peter Bernstein", Holger Friedrich reported on fellow soldiers during military service for the National People's Army.
Polish paper criticised over plans to print 'LGBT free zone' stickers
A newspaper in Poland has ignited a debate after announcing a plan to print "LGBT free-zone" stickers with its next issue.
European press freedom 'almost catastrophically bad'
While Europe is ranked higher than in other regions when it comes to press freedom, rights groups say much more needs to be done.
MEPs back divisive EU copyright overhaul
Supporters say changes will protect content creators, while Google claims they will EU's creative and digital economies
European Parliament Justice Committee approves EU copyright compromise
The copyright agreement laid out by negotiators last week is ready for the next phase after passing through the European Parliament's Justice Committee.
Tech giants to pay content owners under new EU copyright famework
Negotiators agreed on the draft of the updated Copyright Directive after two years of deliberations. If implemented, it will include the right of content creators to receive fair remuneration for the use of their work.
Media piles pressure in EU copyright row
Video and open letter released urging EU politicians to back plans to licence sharing of news content
Brussels photo exhibition presses for free media
Event is being held under banner of 'Building trust in media in South East Europe and Turkey'
EU passes anti-propaganda resolution, angers Russia's Putin
Russia and Islamist terrorist groups are increasingly targeting the EU with propaganda – the warning in a resolution approved by MEPs, which aims to combat anti-Europe…
EU's 'dirty deal' with Turkey is a 'betrayal' of European values, says Turkish journalist
Can Dundar is the former editor-in-chief of Cumhumriyet, a newspaper that is staunchly critical of the Turkish government.
EU warns Poland on rule of law
The EU has stepped up the pressure on Poland over its controversial judicial and media reforms.
Determined youth of Poland use social media to battle right-wing shift
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
EU to discuss Polish media laws
Poland’s new conservative government faces further scrutiny on Wednesday as the European Commission debates new laws seen as reining in the country’s
EU seeks to reform digital copyright laws
Politicians have paid lip service to creating a single market in digital services for years. Now, the European Commission says it wants to let
Turkey: EU report highlights 'backslidings' in media freedom and judiciary
Turkey is being urged to lift restrictions on media freedom, respect human rights and relaunch peace talks with Kurdish militants. It comes in the
EU competition regulators target Hollywood studios
The European commission accused six Hollywood studios and one British broadcaster on Thursday (July 23) of violating rules governing the single
Turkey rejects claims that it stifles free speech
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has denied that his country stifles freedom of speech. The Turkish premier made the comments after meetings in