Reporters Without Borders condemns latest threat against The Shift News
A new threat of possible legal action against Malta-based
Pravda in the Med
“The Party is always right.” At least, that’s what
Blood donations replace marathon challenge
“The GIG Malta Marathon was cancelled due to bad
Treatment of journalist facing imprisonment ‘unacceptable’
Draconian laws and harsh enforcement in Turkey meant that
Reporters Without Borders named Dan David Prize winner
International press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders won the
‘EU must take action to stop the silencing of the press’
Justin Borg-Barthet, a senior lecturer in EU Law at
WATCH: Super Bowl ad in defence of press freedom – ‘Knowing keeps us free’
The Washington Post, whose columnist Jamal Khashoggi was assassinated
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sons appeal for effective solutions to organised crime
Law enforcement authorities should follow journalism’s lead and urgently
European Court of Human Rights slams Azerbaijan’s treatment of journalist
The European Court of Human Rights has today ruled
2018 was worst year for violence and abuse against journalists – report
Journalists have never been subjected to as much violence
Political ownership of the media must end
The problem with addressing risk factors in the media
Further and final request for public inquiry
The family of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, has
Minister of Censorship in the midst of the European Capital of Culture
Reżistenza Malta activists pinned the Justice Minister’s face next
Democracy cannot be safeguarded by gatekeepers
Almost a month after his disappearance, there is little
Matthew Caruana Galizia shortlisted for RSF Press Freedom Awards
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) today announced the shortlist for its
Bulgarians mourns slain journalist amid calls for international independent investigation
Bulgarians across the country mourned the death of 30-year
‘The problem is toxic business leeching off taxpayers’ – Jan Kuciak’s editor
The editor of the news portal for which murdered
A personal appeal
A heartfelt appeal made by Rosa Borg is being
Disinformation Watch #19: Unfreedom of expression
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said “I will not allow
When did we become like this?
Over the last few weeks, I have found it
Journalist abducted in Libya found – bound, tortured and 13 bullet wounds
The body of a Libyan journalist abducted on Tuesday
‘Murders of journalists cannot be tolerated in the EU’ – Justice Commissioner
Interview by Jane Whyatt The Justice Commissioner of the
Methodology of undermining the Fourth Estate 
As long as the Fourth Estate is seen as
New book sheds light on Daphne’s life and work
More than 20 friends, journalists, artists and academics have
Of Protests and Business as Usual
In today’s Malta the majority of Maltese people have
The Shift is your story
We are humbled by the positive reaction to the
The fourth pillar is dead, long live the fourth pillar
Part of the blame of the rule of law
Omertà – our collusion in the great corrupt takeover
The press did not choose to inform us about

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