An independent database has documented the staggering rise of sedition cases against Indian citizens since the BJP came to power.
Dozens arrested at new Paris protest against security law which critics fear it could erode press freedom and make it more difficult to expose police brutality.
The anger over the removal by police of a camp of migrants in central Paris followed the approval of a controversial law that attracted international criticism for curbing the freedom of the press and eroding law enforcement's accountability.
Officials may have violated their own laws by retaining information on journalists and activists who sought disclosures under the Freedom of Information Act.
Reporters without Borders, Amnesty International France, Human Rights League and journalists demonstrate against a proposed new law that would criminalise dissemination of images of police officers.
Trump has had an acrimonious relationship with the media generally and individual journalists.
President Alexander Lukashenko denies opposition accusations that he rigged the August 9 election to prolong his 26-year rule.
A programme set up by the British government awards one youth journalist living in the UAE, a country where there are severe limits on press freedom.
Even though he was just in his 20s, the young Syrian captured images of the aftermath of atrocities committed by the regime and Russian forces until he died in the line of duty.
Australian media organisations want journalists to be exempt from national security laws passed since 2012 which "would put them in jail just for doing their jobs."
Hussein was arrested in December 2016 without trial or charges. His release was confirmed by his daughter.
Media watchdog Reportes Without Borders (RSF) warns political leaders' hostility towards the media have "fuelled an unprecedented level of fear and danger for journalists".
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