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- Challenges...and progress: IACHR's Office of the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression turns 20
Experts responsible for the Office of the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the IACHR reflect on the office's role in monitoring and promoting freedom of expression throughout the Americas over the past 20 years.
In the age of digital, the media has had to adapt to the constant changes in how news is published and consumed. Misinformation and disinformation - as many call "fake news" - has become the latest challenge for global media. How do journalists filter through the junk and how do readers know where to find the truth?
In what is a major breakthrough in the long fight against impunity in The Gambia, two senior government officials have revealed that the Gambian government has decided to comply with the rulings of the ECOWAS Court in the cases of journalists Deyda Hydara, Ebrima Manneh and Musa Saidykhan.
Ever since he was elected US president nearly a year ago, Donald Trump has not let a week go by without meddling in the decisions of the US media.
Macedonian journalist Tomislav Kezarovski can finally expect to be formally exonerated of political charges against him, after nearly five years of struggle.
Join the #FreeNseRamon Twitter campaign to demand the release of detained cartoonist Ramón Esono Ebalé.
RSF condemns the murder of a Kurdistan TV cameraman near Kirkuk and violence against media personnel by demonstrators in Erbil. The two separate incidents in the space of a few hours point to an alarming decline in the security of journalists in northern Iraq.
One year after protests erupted in the northern city of Al Hoceima, Moroccan media are still struggling to cover the news, despite intimidation and legal threats from Moroccan authorities.
The Indonesian police briefly detained an internet user for spreading memes that mocked House of Representatives Speaker Setya Novanto.