Demonstrators in several Muslim countries call for a boycott of French goods after President Emmanuel Macron publicly defended Charlie Hebdo caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, which are considered blasphemous in Islam.
Human rights activists and social media users have called on Egyptian authorities to release the five female TikTok influencers who were sentenced to two years in prison for “violating public morals."
After imprisoned activist Abdullah al Hamid died in April, Saudi security forces carried out a number of raids on people who had sent condolences or expressed sympathy.
The Sisi regime has stifled free speech, including on social media, on the grounds of political opposition and purported ‘obscenity’.
Campaigners fear the new legislation will be used to strip funds from productions that do not sit well with the ruling Fidesz party.
A district judge ruled that enforcing anti-BDS clauses violated freedom of speech, after a Muslim American speech pathologist was fired for refusing to sign a ‘No Boycott of Israel’ clause.
What many saw as mild criticism from Canada turned into a diplomatic row suddenly altering thousands of Saudi lives around the world. Why did Saudi Arabia react the way it did?
Three documentary filmmakers, arrested in Washington state and North Dakota, filmed activists who seek to shut down major oil pipelines from Canada to the United States.
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