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Two local media organisations are demanding an apology from the leader of the Khmer Rise Party over criticism made during a meet between journalists and Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announced on Friday (Jan.11), at the annual meeting with journalists from across the land, that all border checkpoints will be manned only by immigration and custom officials in the future.
Hundreds of journalists will today attend an annual solidarity dinner with Prime Minister Hun Sen in a move to boost relations between the government and media.
Journalists with an espionage case call to speed up investigation or drop the charges.
Journalists and family members mourn the death of veteran reporter Saing Soenthrith.
Reporters will be the guests of honour at the New Year’s Eve party in New York’s Times Square today, in what organisers said was a celebration of press freedom after an unusually deadly year for journalists at US news outlets.
With concerns rising over fake news, media specialists say journalists have a vital role to play in curbing the spread of false information.
“War Torn” is a collection of first-person essays written by ten female journalists who served as foreign correspondents during the Vietnam War.
The number of journalists killed since the beginning of 2018 has climbed by 14 percent to 113 compared with a year ago.
The wives of China’s most prominent rights lawyers and activists shaved their heads.
A near-record number of journalists around the world are behind bars for their work.
Russian news agency and radio Sputnik to hold a multimedia workshop.
Several NGOs have voiced concern over continuing crimes against journalists.
Several NGOs have voiced concern over continuing crimes against journalists and human rights advocates, urging authorities to take sterner action against perpetrators.
The Information Ministry calls on journalists to combat fake news disseminated online.
Oxfam invites journalists to a programme designed for reporting development issues.
Pursat police sends two journalists to the court over allegations of incitement.
A Myanmar judge sentences two Reuters journalists to seven years in prison.
Phnom Penh Court grants bail to two former Radio Free Asia journalists who were jailed in November on espionage charges.
Union says journalists covering elections were able to operate with full freedom.
The Union of Journalist Federation of Cambodia (UJFC) reports that journalists exercised full freedom and a played vital role in the sixth parliamentary election (2018).
Journalists have complained that Belgium is breaching media freedom.
A monk supporting the Cambodian Nationality Party is singled out by the National Election Commission over insults.
Cambodian journalists have covered little on political parties’ platforms during the election campaign while fake news remains poisonous for voters.
Is it true that we are no longer reliant on the opinions of journalists and gossip columnists to cast their voices over us?
Journalists and media professionals from several countries attend a conference here to seek a way to deal with fake news.
Twitter said Wednesday it would revamp user timelines as part of an effort to deliver more news and personalised content, the latest effort to attract more users to the platform.
US congressmen urges the government to release two former RFA journalists.