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The freedom to show your breasts: Why does Amaral's gesture matter?
Several Spanish artists are bringing to the stage a "revolution" for women's freedom in the face of constant sexist attacks and censorship.
Hungary fines bookstore and pressures others to seal LGBTQ books
The Hungarian government has levied a large fine against a Budapest bookstore for displaying a young adult graphic novel that depicts a LGBTQ coming of age story.
Opposition Turkish TV investigated for 'insulting' election coverage
The inquiry comes amid growing concerns over Erdogan's crackdown on media freedoms.
What to know about Twitter's new CEO Linda Yaccarino
Yaccarino will need to woo back advertisers amid growing scrutiny over how Twitter handles misinformation and hate speech.
The propaganda behind Russia's invasion of Ukraine
'Soviet Book Syndrome' - How the Kremlin is playing on the past to exploit citizens' fears and sell its justification for the invasion of Ukraine
Scores arrested at coronation, in 'heavy-handed' police operation
London police confirmed a total of 64 arrests during coronation weekend, sparking concerns over a crackdown on free speech.
Press Freedom Index shows journalism under threat around the world
Reporters Without Borders warned that media freedom around the world is in a bad state with disinformation, propaganda, and artificial intelligence posing an increasing threat to journalism.
New hate speech laws kick up a storm in Ireland
Donald Trump Jr has even taken aim at the proposed legislation labelling it "insane".
Known for laughs, Washington dinner spotlights risks of journalism
The White House Correspondents' Association dinner - known for its fun albeit ferocious jabs at Washington - took a more solemn tone this year as President Joe Biden acknowledged the several American journalists under siege in authoritarian countries around the world.
Afghan women-run radio resumes broadcasts after shutdown by Taliban
A women-run radio station in northeastern Afghanistan has resumed its broadcasts, after officials shut it down for a week for playing music during the holy month of Ramadan
The story behind the trending hashtag #MacronOrdure (#MacronGarbage)
The story of a 50-year-old French woman has been doing the rounds in France and gone viral on Twitter. Here's why...
US TikTok ban blocked in Senate over free speech concerns
"Do we really want to emulate Chinese speech bans?" said US Republican Senator Rand Paul.
Antisemitism 'higher than ever' on Twitter, finds report
Hateful content against Jewish people not only spiked after Elon Musk’s takeover, it has remained elevated ever since, claims the study.
Salman Rushdie speaks out in first interview since New York attack
In his first interview since being attacked with a knife at a literary event in New York last year, Salman Rushdie expressed gratitude for having survived the incident
Acclaimed Iranian director Jafar Panahi is released from Evin Prison
His release from the notorious Evin Prison in Tehran was confirmed by the Independent Center for Human Rights in Iran and Panahi’s lawyer
What does ‘Mascara’ mean on TikTok?
The word “mascara” no longer refers to that bristled brush that enhances your eyelashes; it has taken on a whole new meaning on TikTok, which has a language of its own...
Turkey set to block Sweden's NATO bid after Quran burning
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told Sweden not to expect his backing for its bid to join NATO after Swedish police allowed a Quran to be burned by a protestor outside the Turkish embassy in Stockholm.
Charlie Hebdo enrages Iran again with new cartoons deemed offensive
France is facing fresh rage from Tehran after Charlie Hebdo published images depicting Iran's Supreme Leader in cartoons considered vulgar by Tehran.
London Arabic bookshop set to close after nearly 45 years
The Middle Eastern specialist bookshop stands for freedom of thought and expression as well as cultural diversity.
Twitter CEO Musk says he will reinstate suspended journalist accounts
Elon Musk has lifted the suspensions of the Twitter accounts of several journalists he had banned a day earlier, after the second poll he conducted on the topic went against his preferred outcome.