Freedom of expression - through satire, cartoons and so on - is being eroded by self-censorship. Despite it being a fundamental cornerstone of European culture, we are becoming afraid to be irreverent.
A judge ordered the release of Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen who was allegedly taken back to prison for refusing to sign a document saying he would not publish a tell-all book about his former employer.
Around 17 people, including journalists, were detained after protesting against criminal charges faced by Russian journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva.
Authorities in Moscow have released Russian journalist Ilya Azar early after he was jailed for staging a one-man protest against the detention of another activist.
A 16-year old high school student posted an anti-Islam video on Instagram, sparking death threats and a national controversy on the right to blasphemy.
Ankara banned Wikipedia in April 2017 over entries that stated that the country had sponsored terrorist organisations.
The ACLU has sued South Dakota on behalf of indigenous and environmental activists, saying state laws violates the First Amendment right to protest.
Zmitser Dashkevich was reportedly held in Minsk after calling President Lukashenko an "impostor".
Right to freedom of expression is being eroded across the world, according to newly-published study
On September 17, Belgian judges will rule on whether the controversial Spanish rapper Valtonyc may be extradited back to his native Spain, where he has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for "glorifying terrorism".
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: our round-up from Strasbourg plenary session, where Dutch PM Mark Rutte presented his vision for Europe