Raúl Castro stepped down as president but remains at the head of the communist party
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.
Terrorism, migration and elections have all seen online liberties restricted in recent years.
A recent report by Freedom House highlights a growing number of regimes using the internet to disrupt democracy abroad and limit individual freedom at home.
A rare insight into the life of an ordinary worker blacklisted by Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government
Turkish government believes Rocky Balboa poster at Galatasaray match is linked to 2016 failed coup.
In Turkey, arrest warrants have been issued for 35 people, including nine journalists, linked to last July’s attempted military coup.
Hundreds of people have marched through central Moscow calling for internet freedom after rules tightened again recently
The German Chancellor is making her first visit to Turkey since a failed coup attempt there last July
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.
Launching a new interactive website, which highlights 140 prominent activists, HRW calls on the countries to carry out reforms, rather than jail the peaceful critics.
The European Union has strongly criticised the detention of the editor and senior staff at a leading Turkish opposition newspaper who’ve been accused of supporting July’s failed…
Can Dundar is the former editor-in-chief of Cumhumriyet, a newspaper that is staunchly critical of the Turkish government.
Amnesty International ranked the 11 most used messaging apps on their use of encryption to protect users' privacy.
A group of parliamentarians are calling on whistleblowers to pass on any information about alleged tax avoidance.
Officially, he is in Slovenia to pay tribute to Soviet servicemen who lost their lives there.