Individuals from more than 200 countries and authorities were named in documents linked to offshore companies
The 'Daily Nation', once renowned for its fearless independence, has sacked several senior journalists amid fears that its owner, the Aga Khan, is co-operating with the government ahead of elections
Social network site has been blocked in China since it was used to organise riots in which 200 people died
There is speculation the change in policy could be a reflection of China’s disapproval of North Korea’s weapon program
Japan has fallen from 11th to 61st place in Reporters Without Borders' World Press Freedom Index since 2010
Government directive: 'Sino-foreign joint ventures, Sino-foreign cooperative ventures and foreign business units shall not engage in online publishing services'
Ms Kincaid hit out at Facebook after the social media giant removed an image showing one of her nipples
The names of ‘certain foreign presidents’ are also banned to confront ‘Western cultural onslaught’
A spelling mistake caused the word 'speech' to appear as 'resignation'
A year after laws restricting online pornography in the UK were introduced, two women reveal how the regulations have affected their lives and the industry
The law that Reddit was banned under has previously been used to block access to Twitter and YouTube
Grosvenor Cinema in Glasgow was due to screen Oscar-nominated 1977 film on behalf of the Islamic Society of Britain
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.
Founder of Belarussian underground theatre questions why there is 'so much fear' in UK about 'provocative' work
Another leading Charlie Hebdo dissident, Zineb El Rhazoui, spoke of a “deep malaise” at the magazine
The UK Council for Child Internet Safety will draw up a list of approved sites offering advice about topics such as sex and drugs