The International Press Institute and Spanish Platform for Freedom of Information (PDLI) published a report which warns about the increase in online harassment and threats against journalists in Spain, PDLI reports.
On the night that Rahim Haciyev accepted the Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Guardian Journalism Award, he held aloft a copy of Azadliq, the paper that persevered despite assaults from the government whose misdoings it exposed
When journalist Marvin Oppong began photographing the scene of an accident involving a police car and a taxi, he was just doing his job. But before long Oppong ended up being violently detained by police and stripped of his camera’s memory card.
In the 28 years since Lithuania gained independence, the country’s media has generally enjoyed high levels of freedom. But that appears to be changing.
Known across Europe for its journalistic quality and as an exporter of hit political dramas, Danish state broadcaster DR will be forced to make unprecedented layoffs in what some are calling an act of “revenge” by the government
Bulgaria’s Parliament adopted in principle a draft law on the disclosure of real owners and financing of media outlets.