May 3 is the conscience that reminds governments of the need to fulfill their commitment to press freedom.
Egyptian Foreign Ministry voiced Egypt’s categorical rejection of the Turkish official comments on the Egyptian “legal procedures” taken by authorities against an “illegal” Turkish digital platform that worked to spread “false” news about the situation in
Two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar after they were convicted of breaking the Official Secrets Act walked free from a prison on the outskirts of Yangon on Tuesday after spending more than 500 days behind bars.
Titled “Media Information Literacy and Sustainable Development,” the Alexandria Media Forum explored means of supporting critical thinking among media practitioners and consumers in a sustainable way by creating thoroughly fact-checked and credible conten
Reporters will be the guests of honor at the New Year's Eve party in New York's Times Square on Monday.
A Cairo Criminal Court handed down sentence of five years in prison against photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zaid (Shawkan) in the case known as “Rabaa sit-in Dispersal” on Saturday
Egyptian Star Adel Imam described the series “Awalem Khafeya” as a portrayal of the strength of Journalism and its role in exposing all hidden facts.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a firm statement on Sunday expressing its regret over being informed of UNESCO’s intention to grant Shawkan the award
“Social and political history cannot be separated from media and professional status of any state,” said the chairperson of the State Information Service Tuesday.
Participants in the session entitled “Press Freedom...Why It Matters” held on the sidelines of the World Youth Forum (WYF) on Tuesday affirmed the importance of the press.
The third day of the World Youth Forum kicks off Tuesday with world leaders and experts discussing more youth-related issues in different parallel sessions.