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
Event is being held under banner of 'Building trust in media in South East Europe and Turkey'
The 2018 World Press Cartoon event has been held in Portugal and for the first time a woman has won the coveted Grand Prix award
Supporters of Erdogan near Avignon force an employee from a French billboard company to take down a contentious magazine cover featuring the Turkish president
15 journalists and managers at the Turkish opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet have been given prison sentences in a trial which has drawn criticism about press freedom.
Living in Macedonia, Albania or Bulgaria? How susceptible do you think you are to 'fake news'? A new study by the Open Society Institute has ranked countries according to their resilience to disinformation. Here are the results.
Steven Spielberg's new movie, "The Post" has premiered in Washington telling the story of the battle to publish the leaked Pentagon Papers detailing the U.S. government's misleading portrayal of the Vietnam War.
Hundreds of journalists are being held behind bars as the world fails to address a crisis around press freedom, it’s been claimed.
Two US funded international media outlets have criticised a media law signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin that will list them as foreign agents.
The bill, if passed into law, would force non-Russian media outlets operating on Russian soil to register as 'foreign agents'.
More than one and a half thousand mourners in Malta attended the funeral of murdered anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Incident comes just a few days after the death of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
The slain journalist had no shortage of enemies, having penned stories critical of many prominent local politicians as well as businessmen, both local and foreign, and allegedly corrupt dealings.