The tug-of-war over the extradition of the Wikileaks founder is entering a new phase. German lawmakers speak of a politically motivated procedure and worry about the freedom of the press.
To mark the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, we take you to India, where press freedom is increasingly under threat.
8 May 2023
Japan ranks the lowest among the Group of Seven nations when it comes to media freedom. Journalists' vulnerability to government and business pressure as well as a culture of self-censorship are to blame, say experts.
7 May 2023
Philippine investigative journalist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa warns how disinformation campaigns are eroding democracy at home — and globally.
4 May 2023
Germany's largest ethical bank is selling a multimillion-dollar bond to invest in threatened media companies and promote journalistic independence in Eastern Europe. Both press freedom and investors are set to benefit.
3 May 2023
Journalist Ozgur Ogret: Turkey is 'a press freedom violations museum' under Erdogan. In Reporters Without Borders' 2023 Press Freedom Index, Turkey is ranked 165th out of 180 nations for the environment facing journalists.
17 Mar 2023
Journalists forced to leave Hong Kong have set up numerous online platforms from abroad to document the developments in the city. But they face a shortage of resources, as well as limited access to news sources.
11 Mar 2023
Reporters from one of Egypt's last remaining independent media outlets are preparing for what activists criticize is a politically motivated trial. The international community should be doing more to help, they say.