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Nigeria's security agents have abused the pretext of their own “war on terror” to threaten, harass, arrest, detain, and seize the equipment of local reporters. Alastair Sloan reports
Journalists continue to come under pressure from police and protesters in Brazil, according to a report released on 8 April, Simone Marques writes
Guilty verdict a step forward in fight against impunity. Zofeen Ebrahim reports
Journalists are known for uncovering the truth. What is less known is how these journalists gather these facts, often risking their jobs, and sometimes their lives, to discover information others are attempting to keep hidden from the world.
A United Nations committee on human rights passed resolution on day recognising crimes against journalists
The Third Committee of the UN will take the first steps today on voting whether the International Day to End Impunity will become an official day in the UN calendar
On the eve of the International Day To End Impunity, we look back at the journalists intimidated, attacked and killed in 2013
Four Mexican journalists were killed within a year of each other from 2008 to 2011, each in the month of September
In Egypt's bitterly polarized and often dangerous environment, it is the journalists covering the unrest that are caught in the middle, facing detention, intimidation, assault and sometimes, even death, Shahira Amin writes
Coming up in the next issue of Index on Censorship magazine, out today, is a special report on the shifting world power balance and the implications for freedom of expression.
Journalists, human rights activists and government representatives are gathered this week in San José, Costa Rica for the 20th annual World Press Freedom Day. Every 3 May, UNESCO hosts a series of panels, workshops and ceremonies to evaluate global press freedom and to honour journalists who have been attacked, imprisoned or
One month has passed since a radio presenter was gunned down in the Brazilian town of Ipatinga, in the state of Minas Gerais, with no results from the police investigation. Both his colleagues and authorities believe the crime was caused by sensitive information the journalist presented on this radio crime