Zhang Zhan's broadcasts from inside the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak were widely shared on social media before she was arrested in May.
Iran executed a once-exiled journalist over his online work that helped inspire nationwide economic protests in 2017.
Irina Slavina set herself on fire outside a regional police headquarters on Friday.
French journalists in Brussels complain Commission uses too much English
The award-winning journalist known for his criticism of the Kremlin and Kyiv leaders, died when a bomb planted in his car exploded during morning rush hour on July 20 in 2016.
Around 17 people, including journalists, were detained after protesting against criminal charges faced by Russian journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva.
A foreign journalist was attacked on Sunday during a far-right protest in central Athens, the Greek news agency ANA reported.
The German publisher Bauer Verlag has apologised for a horoscope published in Tina magazine, which announced possible domestic violence to the reader.
As many as 7,000 people turned out Hannover, Germany on Saturday to protest against a rally by the extreme-right NPD.
The sons of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia have questioned the independence of a newly announced public inquiry into their mother’s death.
Commissioner Dunja Mijatovic says that the litigation is an attempt to intimidate Galizia's family.
A union of Turkish journalists filed a legal complaint over a report that accuses journalists in foreign news media of anti-government bias while covering Turkey.
Where is the line between debate and harassment on social media?
YouTube has been caught up in a dispute between a conservative comedian and a gay reporter, which has thrown into question the responsibilities of platforms to protect users while still allowing free speech.
A journalist from the French newspaper Le Monde, Ariane Chemin, was summoned on Wednesday to meet with French intelligence services. She is the fifth French reporter to receive such a summons in the past weeks.
In an address to the Foreign Press Association at the Vatican on Saturday, Pope Francis urged journalists to reject fake news and continue reporting on the troubling conditions of suffering people who no longer make it into daily headlines