Press freedom organisations ask Venice Commission to review Hungary’s emergency law
International press freedom organisations sent an open letter to
Outrage at ‘authoritarian’ Hungary after parliament endorses Emergency Bill
The Hungarian Parliament’s approval of a controversial emergency bill
Hungarian emergency bill could jail journalists for five years for ‘fake news’
A number of governments have come under fire from
Imprisoned Azerbaijani journalist who exposed corruption released early
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF)
The sting of a SLAPP
A US Republican congressman has filed a $250 million
Tributes and remembrance ceremonies on two-year mark of Jan Kuciak murder
Tributes were paid and ceremonies of remembrance were held
Owen Bonnici refuses to budge as calls for his resignation increase
Civil rights group Repubblika called for Education Minister Owen
Reporters Without Borders expects Abela to start office by ending impunity
International NGO Reporters Without Borders has called on Prime
Ján Kuciak’s murder middleman jailed for 15 years
Zoltán Andruskó was today found guilty of the 2018
Albanian government passes law putting online media under State control
The Albanian government has passed two laws that will
Government mum on Malta’s failure to sign global media freedom pledge
The Maltese government has failed to sign a pledge
Two years after Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination, the world reacts
On the two-year anniversary of the assassination of Daphne
Public inquiry must be ‘fully independent’ and ‘impartial beyond question’
Updated to include the Caruana Galizia family’s reply to
‘Energetic support’ needed against impunity for attacks against journalists
International press freedom organisations have sent an open letter
Businessman suing UK journalist linked to firms threatening press in Malta
Arron Banks, the controversial British businessman with links to
‘An independent public inquiry is more urgent than ever’ – Reporters Without Borders
The need for an independent public inquiry remained urgent,
‘Heartbreaking to see murdered journalist’s family facing suspected criminals’
“It is heartbreaking to see the family of Daphne
Foreign Minister commits to public inquiry within three months
The focus on the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana
Opposition to forced registration of online portals in Albania
The Albanian government has presented a draft law that
‘Smear campaigns against journalists on the rise in Europe’
Smear campaigns against journalists coordinated by politicians are on
Indictment and arrest of Wikileaks founder ‘a threat to press freedom’
A United Nations expert on torture who visited Wikileaks
‘No adequate protective measures for Daphne Caruana Galizia’ – report
“The Mafia is a systematic threat to press freedom,”
Spotlight on threats against journalists in Malta in European report
“Burned in effigy. Insulted. Menaced. Spat at. Discredited by
International press freedom organisations demand ‘justice for Ján’
Leading international press freedom organisations representing thousands of journalists
Journalists’ association joins international condemnation of attacks on The Shift News
The Institute of Maltese Journalists (IĠM) has joined international
International organisations raise alarm: ‘One year after arrests, no justice’
Nine international freedom of expression, press freedom, and professional
Reporters Without Borders renews call for public inquiry after investigation leak
Reacting to contradictory information about the investigation on the
The toxic price of impunity
The killing of journalists affects the whole of society
Council of Europe grants anonymity to witnesses with information on Caruana Galizia’s murder
A Special Rapporteur appointed by the Council of Europe