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The cost of war reporting and investigative journalism is becoming prohibitive for media outlets, campaigners have warned.
The Egyptian parliament on July 16 approved in a final reading a bill that would allow authorities to monitor social media users with the aim of combating “fake news”, the legislature said.
PHNOM PENH: As Cambodia’s once-robust press freedom comes under attack, Chinese-linked outlets have found new footing ahead of July elections, pushing the country’s media towards an authoritarian model – and bolstering strongman Hun Sen’s tight grip on power.
Phnom Penh (AFP) - As Cambodia's once-robust press freedom comes under attack, Chinese-linked outlets have found new footing ahead of July elections, pushing the country's media toward an authoritarian model -- and bolstering strongman Hun Sen's tight grip on power.
ANKARA (Reuters) - The presidential candidate for Turkey's main opposition has hit out at a lack of mainstream media coverage for opposition parties and candidates before elections in June.
GAZA (Reuters) - A Palestinian journalist died on Saturday after being wounded by Israeli fire on Friday while covering deadly protests along the Israel-Gaza border, health officials said.
BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - Thousands marched in Bratislava and other Slovak cities on Friday for murdered investigative journalist Jan Kuciak, demanding swift action in response to a killing that has shocked the country and shaken its government.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Pressure is growing within a junior party in Slovakia's ruling coalition to pull out of the government, news website Aktuality.sk reported on Thursday, as the turmoil after the murder of an investigative journalist and his girlfriend last weekend spreads.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - A Slovak journalist shot dead with his girlfriend was probably targeted for his investigative work, police said on Monday, a case that has shocked the small central European country and highlighted public concerns about corruption.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A United Nations expert and a media freedom watchdog on Wednesday criticised four Arab states for seeking to close Al Jazeera television in a rift with Qatar.