• Nov 02, 2021
On the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, a former BBC reporter who covered Vietnam says Southeast Asian nations need to stop attacks on the media
• Jul 15, 2021
After a quarter century of Indonesian occupation, East Timor was on the brink of self-rule in 1999. Amidst a brutal conflict, sisters Sophie and Lyndal Barry were among a band of journalists documenting the country's long and bloody road to independence
• May 11, 2021
Three Myanmar journalists from the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) were arrested in Thailand after fleeing across the border to escape crackdowns by the military junta
• May 04, 2021
The Myanmar junta has charged Japanese journalist Yuki Kitazumi under a "fake news" law, a report said Tuesday May 4. This is the latest in a series of crackdowns on press freedom since the military seized power in the February coup.