The New Zealand Attacks Posed New Challenges for Journalists. Here’s How The Times Covered Them.

The killing of 50 people in New Zealand last week seems to be the most extreme example of a mass shooter using the internet as part of his arsenal of destruction and hate. We look at how this affected our calculations around how to cover the attack.

Secretary of State Pompeo’s invitation-only briefing with ‘faith-based media’ causes a stir

On Monday, the State Department held a briefing call for only faith-based media to discuss international press freedom with Secretary of State Mike …

FIFA Official Gets Bail after Arrest for Allegedly Defaming Bangladeshi Leader

Hasina won her third straight term in December and had consistently rejected allegations that press freedom was under attack in the Muslim-majority …

Morrison criticises Turkish President for invoking Gallipoli over Christchurch

Mr Erdogan is seen as a strongman authoritarian as president of Turkey, cracking down on press freedom and jailing opponents. Fifty people died in …

Hamas detains at least 3 Palestinian journalists after Gaza cost-of-living protests

“This frightening treatment of journalists shows Hamas’ utter disdain for press freedom in territory under its control,” said CPJ Middle East and North …

Reporters Without Borders condemn appointment of a criminal as Iran regime’s Chief justice

A very alarming assessment of the regime’s press freedom and human rights policies and practices was provided by Javaid Rehman, the UN special …