More Than One Journalist per Day Is Dying in the Israel-Gaza Conflict. This Has To Stop

The Conversation

The recent Gaza-Israel conflict has resulted in the deaths of at least 39 journalists and media workers, making it the deadliest conflict for media workers since 1992.


Malaysia Ramps Up Harassment of Government Critics, Rights Groups Say

Voice of America

Rights groups say police investigations into journalists, protesters, and opposition lawmakers have picked up since the country entered a state of emergency in January.


Myanmar’s Media Under Pressure From All Sides

Deutsche Welle

The Burmese military regime's increased crackdown on journalists and independent media has forced reporters underground. However, pressure mounts not only from the ruling junta but also from the opposition.


Hassled in China, American Journalists Are Invited to Try Taiwan. Why Would They Go?

Voice of America

Taiwan's foreign minister said the five American journalists expelled from China are welcome to station in Taiwan.


A False Dawn for Media Freedom in Myanmar?

James Gomez

Myanmar faces a range of human rights which needs a free press and activists who can operate peacefully without fear of repercussions.

A portrait of Chinese journalist Gao Yu is displayed by a protester in front of the national emblem of China during a demonstration outside the Chinese liaison office in Hong Kong

China Holds One-Fourth of the Imprisoned Journalists Worldwide


This year, the total number of imprisoned journalists in the world is 199 and a quarter of them are in China. Daily Mail reports, currently China has imprisoned 49 journalists. This is a record high since the Committee to Protect Journalists started the annual report in 1990.

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