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The international campaign director for Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Governments urged to support independent media to avoid ‘extinction event’
Independent journalism is facing a possible “extinction event” due
‘Huge relief’ for family of Jan Kuciak as court overturns acquittals for journalist’s murder
Following the news that Slovakia’s Supreme Court overturned the
Outrage, demands for action after Belarusian journalist arrest on hijacked Ryanair flight
The international political, media, and human rights communities are
International calls for justice for Greek journalist gunned down in ‘professional hit’
The international human rights and media community has strongly
Countries in which journalists have been murdered should ‘do more’ to protect the press – Jourova
Countries that have experienced cases of murdered journalists should
How state broadcaster, party-owned media shape Malta’s COVID-19 narrative
Malta’s unique media landscape has equipped the government with
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The Department of Information (DOI) has refused to give
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Hours following the publication of the European Commission’s first
You paid for their propaganda
The public broadcaster is taking orders from the Labour
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The Venice Commission is a joke
A recent package of constitutional reforms was trumpeted as
Your right to know, compromised
Malta has fallen another four places in the World
Maltese courts are a continental embarrassment
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) routinely trashes
Who changed Omtzigt’s Wikipedia page?
Council of Europe Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt described being
Albanian government passes law putting online media under State control
The Albanian government has passed two laws that will
Detention of journalists at Castille ‘a threat to press freedom’
The illegal detention of journalists at the Prime Minister’s
The King of Kickbackistan goes full dictator
Joseph Muscat hasn’t just stopped speaking to journalists. Now
EU must intervene to protect journalists against SLAPP
The fact Daphne Caruana Galizia’s “widower and sons are
Calls for Keith Schembri’s resignation after withdrawal of libel case on 17 Black
The Opposition and civil society organisations have called for
Two years of The Shift: Malta’s only newsroom funded by readers
The Shift is two years old. We want to
Twitter ban: ‘Political advertising isn’t about free expression’
Twitter has announced that it will no longer accept
Government mum on Malta’s failure to sign global media freedom pledge
The Maltese government has failed to sign a pledge
Four people charged with Slovak journalist Jan Kuciak’s murder
Four people have been charged with the murder of
Human Rights Commissioner ‘worried’ about excessive use of force by police
The Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of
International pressure essential for journalists’ protection
Human rights, anti-corruption and media freedom organisations called on