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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian police said on Wednesday they had arrested three people involved in an online app that shared pictures of Muslim women for a virtual "auction" in an apparent case of communal harassment.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (Dec 19)
Reporters without Borders: Never so many imprisoned journalists - Myanmar among the worst for reporters
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has never counted as many imprisoned journalists worldwide as it did this year, with the main culprits being the governments in Belarus, Myanmar and China.
Former Singapore news and comment publication The Online Citizen on Thursday (Dec 16) lost its legal bid to have its website and social media pages restored after they were taken down earlier in the year.
YANGON (Reuters): A photographer detained after an anti-coup protest in Myanmar's biggest city last week has died while in custody, according to accounts from his friends, media reports and an advocacy group.
ACCEPTING her Nobel Peace Prize, Philippine journalist Maria Ressa launched a vitriolic attack against US tech giants, accusing them of fuelling a flood of “toxic sludge” on social media.
She risks prison, he has buried several colleagues: Maria Ressa of the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov of Russia, two champions of the free press, will on Friday receive this year's Nobel Peace Prize honouring a profession under attack.
Philippine journalist Maria Ressa, this year's co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, on Wednesday urged fellow reporters to defend their rights in order not to lose them to "authoritarian-style leaders and budding dictators."
Rwandan Youtubers are facing increasing restrictions as the authorities crack down on dissenting voices, which could previously be shared online.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court resumed a trial over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Tuesday, as a journalism watchdog described the case as "nearing deadlock" and said the hearing needed to include Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's role.