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Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has staged parallel protests outside the Chinese embassies in Paris and Berlin, holding funeral-style processions to denounce...

ANALYSIS: By Phil Thornton As chaos flows in Burma, journalists are being forced to hide in plain sight by the Burmese military, writes senior journalist...

By Reza Gunadha and Chyntia Sami Bhayangkara in Jayapura Victor Mambor, journalist and editor of the Papua-based Tabloid Jubi, has become the target of a...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Reporters Without Borders (RSF) demands the immediate and unconditional release of Lady Ann Salem, a Manila-based alternative journalist who was arrested...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Philippine authorities should independently investigate the circumstances surrounding the killing of journalist Ronnie Villamor and hold those responsible to account, says...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk A radio journalist has been shot dead outside his home by two gunmen on a motorcycle, Philippines police said - four...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Today, October 16, marks the 45th anniversary of the Balibo Five – the five Australian-based Australian, British and New Zealand -...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk In its new report, Safety of Journalists Covering Protests – Preserving Freedom of the Press During Times of Civil Unrest, the...

The controversial 101 East episode Locked Up in Malaysia's Lockdown on 3 July 2020. Video: Al Jazeera Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Malaysian police summoned six Al...

PACIFIC PANDEMIC DIARY: By David Robie Three cartoonists had especially poignant takes on the tragic and toxic political aftermath of martyr George Floyd’s brutal killing...

By Sri Krishnamurthi of Pacific Media Watch Pacific governments across the region have put side their differences with media and are working alongside them in...

OPINION: By Antonio Sampaio in Dili The Timor-Leste authorities have to improve significantly the conditions in which journalists are working to cover the Covid-19 coronavirus...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Two Indonesian journalists who had reported on an illegal oil palm plantation in Sumatra have been found stabbed to death. According to...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk A five-member film crew from 60 Minutes Australia has been in detained in Kiribati for what government sources claimed was false...

By Rebecca Ananian-Welsh Australians picked up their morning papers yesterday to find heavily blacked-out text instead of front-page headlines. This bold statement was instigated by the “Your...

By RNZ Pacific Journalist organisations in Indonesia have condemned alleged discrimination towards their colleagues by police in West Papua. Three leading journalists in Papua were prevented...

By Irra Lee of Te Waha Nui A well-known Kiwi journalist has said the New Zealand news industry is getting better at showing care for...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk As four more journalists were assaulted in the Hong Kong area last Sunday, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on the...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Indonesian police have not been investigating reported cases of violence against journalists, reports Indonesian news magazine Tempo. According to the Jakarta Alliance...

Maria Ressa and the Philippines "war on truth". Video: Al Jazeera's Witness Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk International human rights lawyers Amal Clooney and Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The statistics globally are chilling. And the Asia-Pacific region bears the brunt of the killing of journalists with impunity disproportionately. Revelations in...

By RNZ Pacific The president of the Pacific Islands News Association says he is appalled and disappointed by an attack on Papua New Guinea journalist...