Attacks on press freedom
Israel passes law to ban Al-Jazeera, calls it a “terrorist channel”

Israel has already banned all foreign reporters from Gaza, making the flow of information about its genocidal war extremely difficult

Australian lawmakers call for Julian Assange’s release ahead of extradition appeal

The motion in parliament, which was supported by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, has called for the return of imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to his family in Australia. Assange is days away from a final court hearing in the UK against his extradition to the US.

Journalists in Croatia fight against government’s attempts to stifle press freedom

Media workers staged protests in Zagreb and Split as government looks to criminalize unauthorized leaking of information from criminal proceedings

Israel asesina a periodistas en Gaza

Como parte de su ataque genocida contra Gaza, Israel está asesinando a trabajadores de los medios de comunicación a un ritmo sin precedentes, aparentemente para impedir que el mundo vea las atrocidades incalificables que lleva a cabo.

Israel is assassinating journalists in Gaza

As part of its genocidal onslaught on Gaza, Israel is killing media workers at an unprecedented rate, seemingly to prevent the world from seeing the unspeakable atrocities it carries out.

McCarthyism is leading us to war

As the US is scrambling to maintain its hegemony, anti-war voices critical of US militarization policy in the war in Ukraine or around China are red-baited and silenced

When the journalists are gone, the stories will disappear.

Over 29 Palestinian journalists have been killed since October 7 in Israeli’s genocidal bombing of the Gaza strip

430+ journalists, political leaders, artists, and academics sign statement in support of Newsclick

Days after the mass raids on journalists in India, personalities from over 30 countries reject the attack on press freedom and call for the immediate release of those detained

Stop the violence against the Peruvian people!

Over 100 journalists and media projects from across the world signed a letter to demand an end to the repression of the Peruvian people and to the attacks against journalists

We stand with Haitian journalists!

Over 160 journalists and media outlets from across the world, including Atilio Borón, Vijay Prashad, Hermela Aregawi, Rania Khalek, Eugene Puryear, and Carlos Aznarez signed a letter to express solidarity with their Haitian colleagues and demand justice.

Haitian journalists to mobilize against attacks

After an increase in murders, attacks and criminalization against journalists, they will mobilize in the capital Port-au-Prince to demand guarantees for life

Outrage in Guatemala following arrest of journalist José Rubén Zamora Marroquín

Human rights organizations, journalist associations, and social movements have condemned Zamora’s arrest as political persecution for revealing several corruption cases and fraudulent businesses of the Alejandro Giammattei government