The human rights lawyer called out world leaders for a "collective shrug" to the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Arabia Is Wrapping Up Its Jamal Khashoggi Investigation, But More Credible Alternatives Remain
Fundamental questions remain about the journalist’s death after the kingdom’s Friday night announcement, and it’s unlikely Saudi critics abroad will be satisfied.
Many conservative women joined the crowds at Kerala’s Sabarimala to protest a court decision opening the temple to women of any age.
The country’s media is tightly controlled, only offering snippets of what’s going on in Pyeongchang.
The Kremlin has demanded an apology from Fox News after host Bill O’Reilly called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “killer
Police detained journalists who were accused of helping precipitate the failed coup.
The round-up has fueled concerns that the post-coup clampdown could be turning into a witch-hunt.
When the Turkish troops attempting a military coup marched into the studios of CNN Turk early Saturday morning, the news
World Press Freedom Day, while celebrating advances in free media and protection for journalists, is often a sobering reminder
If the way Donald Trump and his supporters have treated journalists during the campaign is any indication, the media will
ISTANBUL, March 5 (Reuters) - Turkish police fired tear gas and rubber bullets on Saturday to disperse protesters outside
SYDNEY -- Freedom of speech campaigner and freed Australian journalist, Peter Greste, has won the 2015 Human Rights Medal
A publisher of secular books was hacked to death and three other people were wounded in two separate attacks Saturday at