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On 11 October, Belarusian president Aleksandr Lukashenko won his fifth consecutive election. Whether it was a free and fair election is up for debate
Malaysian cartoonist remains defiant in the face of a trial on nine charges under the country's colonial-era Sedition Act
Escalating pressure on media has significantly impacted journalists' ability to report on matters of public interest
Vincent Bolloré is known for business takeovers. Now 63, he has built an empire in energy, agriculture, transport and logistics. The billionaire is also a media mogul with expanding interests
One of the truly great things about being a student used to be the exposure university life gave you to all sorts of views -- absurd and
Around 17% of those who commit crimes against journalists face prosecution in Serbia. Believe it or not, these numbers are positive, according to the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media
Romania has a lot of high-calibre journalists to its name. However, many are now fighting to survive while maintaining professional
There are a few techniques you can use to spot whether someone has slightly dodgy views on the world. My favourite is the hand-chopping test.
Representatives of groups dedicated to press freedom and free expression find that pressure on journalists operating in Turkey has severely escalated in the period between parliamentary elections held June 7 and the upcoming elections.
On 6 November 2010, prominent Russian journalist Oleg Kashin was badly beaten with a steel pipe on his doorstep and nearly killed
The successor nations to the former Yugoslavia are among the most difficult places for journalists to work in Europe, a fact borne out by the latest quarterly report from Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom project.