Opposing the will of the people is 'neither right, nor legal, nor legitimate,' says Iranian president
Victor Mallet, the Asia news editor for the Financial Times, has had his visa renewal denied by Hong Kong authorities without reason, a move that has many journalists and free speech activists worried about the state of Hong Kong's position under "one country, two systems."
The mobile search app will block some websites and search terms according to two sources. It's after it abandoned the market 8 years ago on censorship concerns
It's the second protest since Russian authorities banned the Telegram app, a free messaging service, on April 16.
The festival will celebrate 120 years of Iranian cinema
The instant messaging service evades regulators implementing a court ban, while millions of IP addresses are blocked in the attempted crackdown.
What kind of film do you want to watch on Good Friday? In Germany your options are limited.
Moldova's government has banned Russian news and political broadcast, but it seems there is little appetite for such a drastic measure among the public. Many plan to go online instead.
Under the NetzDG law, companies with more than two million registered users in Germany are required to establish a procedure to receive and review complaints of alleged illegal content.
The world's most popular museum in Paris decided the artist's creation was "too explicit"
Winnie the Pooh becomes too politically sensitive to be mentioned on Chinese social media.
The building made from 100,000 banned books The Parthenon of Books by artist Marta Minujín is intended as symbol of resistance to any banning of writings and the persecution of their…
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 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
While much of the world is becoming increasingly reliant on social media and cloud management tools, China still blocks some of the world’s most
Iran has arrested fashion models active on social media sites after Tehran’s top leader declared war on un-Islamic thoughts on the internet. Eight
Turkey's takeover of leading opposition newspaper Zaman has been widely criticized by EU leaders worried about a media crackdown.
The country's main independent radio stations have been closed since April when unrest began. By day there is an uneasy calm, by night gunfire rings out in Bujumbura.
The government in India has blocked hundreds of adult websites. An official said the crackdown is to prevent pornography becoming what he called a
A Chinese free speech advocate and who was held in secret detention for 81 days says that Beijing authorities have returned his passport. Ai Weiwei
Portuguese media are up in arms over a proposed law that would force them to submit their election coverage plans for approval by a committee or face
As the whiff of censorship becomes ever-stronger in Russia the Sir Ridley Scott-produced "Child 44" about the Soviet Union's most infamous serial killer is reportedly banned
The documentary ‘Bakur’ caused no end of controversy at this year’s International Film Festival in Istanbul. The screening of the film was cancelled
Russia’s Ministry of Culture has blocked the screening of Child 44, a film adaptation of Tom Rob Smith’s novel about the hunt for a Soviet-era serial
Merve Buyuksarac, a model crowned Miss Turkey in 2006, faces up to two years in prison for sharing a satirical poem deemed critical of President
Russian film Leviathan has been lauded internationally and received two Oscar nominations. But back home, the drama has come in for heavy criticism.