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.
Dozens of journalists descended upon the central square in Kiev late Wednesday, laughing, hugging and quaffing sparkling wine as they celebrated the “resurrection of their Russian colleague and Kremlin critic Arkady Babchenko.
A North Carolina television news anchor and a camera operator were killed when a tree fell on their vehicle as they were covering the effects of a rainstorm in Polk County.
Journalists depart for North Korea to witness the closure of its nuclear test site.
A closed door hearing over extending detention of two former RFA journalists.
NGOs mark the six-month anniversary of the arrest of two former RFA journalists by asking the courts to free them immediately.
Eking out a living through extortion
Twin blasts in the Afghan’s Kabul kill at least 26 people including 9 journalists.
Kim Jong Un plans to invite experts and journalists from the US and South Korea.