A newspaper editor in eastern Mexico on Wednesday became the fourth journalist to be shot in the country this month, an official said.
Sedition charges brought against executives at Fiji's oldest newspaper are "absolutely outrageous", Amnesty International said Thursday, while accusing the government of trying to intimidate the media.
AFP's photographer in the Libyan city of Benghazi, Abdullah Doma, was released on Wednesday night after a 24-hour detention by the security services over his coverage of a public concert.
A reporter who investigated drug gangs was found murdered in northern Mexico near the US border.
A Canadian appeals court upheld a ruling ordering a journalist to hand over records of his communications with an alleged member of the Islamic State group to federal police.
DCMF participated in the event organized by Al Jazeera News Network on the occasion of the Arab Human Rights Day observed on March 16th.
DCMF organized a seminar on the role of women in the media under the title ‘Women Make News’ in collaboration with UNESCO and Al Jazeera Media Network.
DCMF, UNESCO and Al Jazeera are organizing “Women Make the News”, an event to celebrate the role of women in the media on the occasion International Women’s Day.