Are Maltese courts being used to settle Turkey’s political games?
The Maltese courts will decide on the case of
Turkey begins retrial of RSF representative on terrorism charges
Seventeen press freedom and human rights NGOs have issued
Journalist who exposed Turkish arms shipment to Syrian rebels sentenced to 27 years in prison
A court in Turkey has sentenced journalist Can Dundar
Hope to despair: Human rights activist released only to be rearrested on different charges
International NGOs have strongly condemned the rearrest of Turkish
Malta’s media freedom ‘particularly worrying’ – Council of Europe
The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly has listed Malta
Journalist Ahmet Altan’s re-arrest amounts to ‘psychological torture’
The rearrest of Turkish journalist and writer Ahmet Altan
‘Strong condemnation’ of Turkish air strike that killed two journalists in Syria
International press freedom organisations have strongly condemned the apparent
International condemnation of move by Turkey to ban 136 websites
A Turkish Court has blocked access to 136 websites,
Daphne Caruana Galizia in ‘Top 10’ list of cases of injustice against journalists
The One Free Press Coalition has listed the assassintation
OSCE chief expresses concern over new charges against journalist
Erol Onderoglu has been charged with “terrorist propaganda” in
Turkish court drops prison sentence against Paradise Papers journalist
An Appeals Court in Turkey has overturned the prison
A darkening horizon
Liberal critics of the current state of Maltese politics
WATCH: ‘You made me feel part of something bigger’ – Pelin Ünker
Turkish journalist Pelin Ünker, who is facing 13 months
‘Without media freedom there can be no democracy’
In the absence of government action, it is up
‘It is when institutions fail that journalists become vulnerable’
Journalists who unearth wrongdoing are endangered when the institutions
Treatment of journalist facing imprisonment ‘unacceptable’
Draconian laws and harsh enforcement in Turkey meant that
UN investigation confirms Khashoggi killed by Saudi officials
An international inquiry into the murder of Saudi journalist
International condemnation of jailing of Turkish journalist on Malta reports
Following the news of Turkish journalist Pelin Ünker being
Democracy cannot be safeguarded by gatekeepers
Almost a month after his disappearance, there is little
Turkish officials say Saudi journalist killed on order of crown prince
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was assassinated in the Kingdom’s
Turkey loses €70 million in pre-accession EU funds over democracy shortfalls
Turkey’s failure to meet conditions to improve rule of
‘There is no migration crisis, there is a political crisis’ – EUCO
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat did not stop to explain
‘Us and them’: a false dilemma
“Sunday’s rally will be a milestone in building a
After Daphne’s execution: The rise of civil society
Two consecutive national demonstrations organised by Civil Society Network