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Palestinian minister withdraws threat to quit over activist death

Nasri Abu Jaish says Palestinian PM Mohammad Shtayyeh twice refused to accept his resignation, leading him to continue in government. The Palestinian Authority labour minister...

Audiences-First thinking – join WAN-IFRA’s programme to support local, digital transformation in Europe

2021-07-08. WAN-IFRA is launching the third round of Table Stakes Europe in partnership with the Google News Initiative Digital Growth Programme. The one-year transformation...

How Spain’s El País drove 100,000 digital subscriptions during the pandemic

Switching to a subscription model in the middle of a pandemic was not an easy decision for the publisher. But El País made it...

Google faces new anti-trust lawsuit over app store

Google is being sued by 37 US states over policies on its Android app store, Google Play. The lawsuit claims that the tech giant has...

Independent Vietnamese journalist arrested on trumped-up tax charge

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the immediate release of Mai Phan Loi, a Vietnamese journalist who once ran an official law magazine but...

Exiled Turkish journalist attacked in Germany

After the assault of an exiled and critical Turkish journalist in Berlin, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) requests a full investigation and safety guarantees for...

European Parliament condemns closure of Apple Daily, urges Hong Kong authorities to release all detained journalists

In an urgent resolution adopted on 8th of July, the European Parliament condemned the forced closure of Apple Daily newspaper and urged for the...

Attacks on 53 journalists is a major setback for press freedom in Georgia, RSF says

Far-right activists physically attacked more than 50 journalists covering the counter-demonstrations against a Pride march in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital, on 5 July, while...

Microsoft fixes critical PrintNightmare bug

Microsoft has issued a fix for a critical bug dubbed PrintNightmare. It says hackers are using the bug, accidentally disclosed by researchers. It can help them...

Former Malian president’s son should be questioned about missing journalist

An investigation by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) into Malian journalist Birama Touré’s disappearance in 2016 points to the involvement of Karim Keïta, the son...

UK High Court grants limited permission for US to appeal Assange extradition ruling

As the UK High Court grants limited permission for the US government to pursue its appeal against the decision opposing the extradition of Wikileaks...

Attempt to murder Dutch reporter – “even in a country ranked 6th in the press freedom index!”

Following the arrests of three suspects in last night’s shooting attack on crime reporter Peter R. de Vries in the heart of Amsterdam, Reporters...