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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
“We have to stand tall against this suppressing, cruel attitude. There is no way we should yield or step back. Our children, grandchildren are living in this country. This is our country and we love our country and we will stay here and go into jail again if we have to.”
A Venezuelan Journalist disappeared on Monday evening after failing to show up for work, with a public outcry on social media calling for his release.
The Cube traced the steps of what occurred that evening, while activists are calling for demonstrations.
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"Urgent actions" are needed to "improve the dire conditions for media freedom," the Council of Europe warned.
Khadija Ismayilova was filmed by hidden cameras in her own apartment after working on Panama-leaks story about ruling family.
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Here are our favourites from the last 12 months.
The German news outlet apologised to its readers and said it would verify every story it published written by Claas Relotius.
A reporter for the German magazine Der Spiegel was sacked after he admitted he had invented stories.
Eighty journalists were killed so far this year, 348 are in prison and 60 are being held hostage according to Reporters Sans Frontieres.
What can businesses and governments do to stop the spread of disinformation? We hear from top EU and UK policy makers at Web Summit.
The Eiffel Tower’s lights were switched off in a minute of silence to remember murdered journalists and to mark the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.
Europe briefing: Six stories you need to know about from across the continent.
Why the murder of a Bulgarian journalist matters for Europe.
"We have only two weapons: publicity — which is why we continue to do our jobs — and the law," the newspaper said.
Turkish outlets have released footage they claim shows a 15-strong team of Saudi intelligence officers who are behind the disappearance of the Saudi journalist.
Fears are growing over the fate of the prominent Saudi dissident after Turkish authorities said they believed he was killed inside his nation’s consulate in Istanbul.
Visa pour l’image, an annual festival held in France, celebrates photojournalism for the 30th time.
Euronews journalists discussed the significance of rising populist and far-right movements in Europe, and the role social media plays.
A recent attack on a journalist in the city of Banja Luka, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has sparked protests across the country and put journalists’ safety in the spotlight.
This year the Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar and the war in Yemen are marked out as the worst examples of suffering that currently shame our world.
Calls for Myanmar to release convicted journalists
On the 60th anniversary of Robert Frank’s book The Americans, when the US seemed to be closing its doors to many, 'The Rencontres d'Arles' annual photography festival invites you to take a look at the work of foreign photographers in the USA.
Two Turkish Cypriot journalists face charges in Turkey over criticism of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime after their case fell through in Cyprus.