‘The more I was attacked for my journalism, the more resolute I became’ – Nobel Peace Prize laureate
The work of two investigative journalists, Maria Ressa from
Pieter Omtzigt voices concern over ‘credible reports’ of CIA plot against Julian Assange
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe General Rapporteur
Reports of CIA plot creates waves in Assange case
Reports of an alleged CIA plot against Wikileaks founder
International media organisations welcome Yorgen Fenech indictment but warn it’s not over yet
International press freedom organisations have welcomed the news of
International reactions to public inquiry findings stress the need for reform
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Teresa
Reporters Without Borders condemns coordinated attack against The Shift
International press freedom organisation Reporters without Borders (RSF) has
When they get it wrong
The coordinated attack on The Shift by the three
Robert Abela’s use of a virus to limit public access to information
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on press freedom
Study highlights lawsuits targeting media in Malta as ‘problematic practice’ in Europe
SLAPP threats in Malta are highlighted as one of
Press freedom NGOs call on AG to ask Europol for joint investigation team on Caruana Galizia murder
Nine international press freedom organisations have appealed to Attorney
Over 100 press freedom violations in the EU since COVID-19
More than 100 press freedom violations have been registered
Press freedom organisations ask Venice Commission to review Hungary’s emergency law
International press freedom organisations sent an open letter to
Hungarian emergency bill could jail journalists for five years for ‘fake news’
A number of governments have come under fire from
Journalist Ahmet Altan’s re-arrest amounts to ‘psychological torture’
The rearrest of Turkish journalist and writer Ahmet Altan
International condemnation of move by Turkey to ban 136 websites
A Turkish Court has blocked access to 136 websites,
International Federation of Journalists joins call for public inquiry into journalist’s death
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has joined a
‘Smear campaigns against journalists on the rise in Europe’
Smear campaigns against journalists coordinated by politicians are on
Activists warn they will not give up until masterminds behind Daphne’s murder are identified
International press freedom NGOs renewed their calls for justice
Press freedom NGOs demand ‘firm commitment’ from government
Leading press freedom NGOs are calling on Prime Minister
UPDATED: Events to mark one year since Daphne’s death
As the one year anniversary of the murder of
International call for press freedom on anniversary of journalist’s assassination
Around 30 Italian journalists are coming together to visit
Six months since Jan Kuciak’s murder, journalists say they will not forget
Slovakian Journalists and editors are concerned that killers of
Henley and Partners in fresh legal threats against Swiss journalists
Henley and Partners has threatened to sue two Swiss

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