Censors say television shows should not show story lines that 'exaggerate the dark side of society'
Today’s Zaman editor-in-chief Sevgi Akarçeşme called the day 'shameful for media freedom in the country'
Movement will ensure universities are able to display 'a rich tapestry of ideas' while also challenging extremism
Japan has fallen from 11th to 61st place in Reporters Without Borders' World Press Freedom Index since 2010
'Students aren’t even trusted to dress themselves, let alone think for themselves,' says coordinator of new rankings
World View: The life of Aung San Suu Kyi, who successfully confronted dictatorship, is too sensitive for publication in China
Despite Brazil's strong record on internet freedom, WhatsApp was taken offline for millions of users
A spelling mistake caused the word 'speech' to appear as 'resignation'
The story of Mahmoud Abu Zeid, widely known as Shawkan, shows that even after the release of Al Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed, many Egyptian freelancers and local journalists remain incarcerated in appalling conditions without the prospect of a fair trial.
Malaysia's Sedition Act was introduced by the colonial British government in 1948
British citizen Andy Tsege was kidnapped and illegally rendered to Ethiopia where he has been held in prison for over a year. As the Ethiopian foreign minister visits the UK, it’s time for the British government to demand Andy's release
The editor of Turkey’s leading English language newspaper Today’s Zaman was last week arrested for insulting the president over Twitter. The day after his release he spoke exclusively to Voices in Danger about the impending trial, the challenges of running an independent newspaper in Turkey and the intimidation faced by journalists who dare to speak out against the Erdoğan regime.
Heated debates are raging after authorities call for the artwork to be covered
Zhou Yeling couldn’t wait until 7am for a long-awaited date with her favourite Englishman.
The search giant had originally claimed that it should be tried in the US
This week marks the 30th anniversary of BBC banning radio play of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's 'Relax'