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The Istanbul Anadolu Chief Public Prosecutor's Office has opened an investigation into 57 individuals who shared critical comments on social media concerning the Turkish Military's "Operation Olive Branch".
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and mobile security company Lookout have uncovered a new malware espionage campaign infecting thousands of people in more than 20 countries. Hundreds of gigabytes of data has been stolen, primarily through mobile devices compromised by fake secure messaging clients.
The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) arrested 15 journalists, including AFP, Reuters and BBC reporters, as they covered protests against unprecedented bread price hikes in Sudan.
China used its increasing global influence to threaten the protection of rights internationally.
Impunity for crimes against journalists remains a front-line issue in Sri Lanka.
Radio station director Jadot Mangwengwe and around ten other people were kidnapped by unidentified armed men in Nord-Kivu province on 12 January 2018.
As the Ethiopian government prepares to release hundreds of detainees, including opposition politicians and political activists, Reporters Without Borders calls on the government to add three imprisoned journalists to the list of those about to be freed: Eskinder Nega, Woubshet Taye and Zelalem Workagegnehu.
The new law contains several vaguely-defined articles that could easily be used by the Internal Security Service (ISS), known for its history of human rights violations, to target human rights defenders and Internet activists, and to suffocate public freedoms.
The two journalists, who work for the independent news website Jfranews, have been charged under Jordan's Press and Publication Law and Cybercrime Law.
An already adverse environment for journalists in the Midwestern United States has worsened in the year since President Trump's inauguration, an international group of media watchdogs concluded after traveling to the state of Missouri. The group also met with journalists from Illinois and Wisconsin.
Journalists Ragıp Duran and Ayşe Düzkan were convicted of "propaganda on behalf of a terrorist organization," namely the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), because of columns that were published in the newspaper while they were its symbolic editors.
Professor and freelance journalist Carlos Domínguez was killed on January 13 in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas state.
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority's decision to fine 5 TV stations came after the stations had covered a report by an NGO alleging that abuses were committed by security personnel during the country's November 26 ward by-election.
Amid the worsening human rights situation in the Philippines, an online news group has been ordered by a government agency to stop operating — a move which many denounce as an attack on press freedom.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and IFEX will lead a delegation of global press freedom groups on an unprecedented mission to the United States, motivated by heightened concerns about threats to journalists and anti-press rhetoric.
The English-language daily, The Tribune, exposed the vulnerability of the national ID system.
In a continuing show of force against opposition demonstrators and citizens, authorities in Togo have announced a ban on political rallies in three cities in the north of the country - Sokodé, Bafilo and Mango.
Mehmet Altan and Şahin Alpay remain in prison as the penal courts where the journalists are standing trial have refused to put a ruling by the Constitutional Court into process.
One of Yemen's most prominent political analysts and activists has been held incommunicado by Houthi rebels since 14 August 2017.