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North Sumatra Police asserts there is an ongoing investigation towards the killing of journalist Marasalem Harahap.
KKJ strongly condemns the acts of terror and string of threats against journalists following an investigative report published in IndonesiaLeaks.
Belarusian authorities scrambled a fighter jet and flagged what turned out to be a false bomb alert to force a Ryanair plane to land.
Two policemen involved in the persecution against a Tempo journalist have been named suspects.
The Alliance of Indonesian Journalists (AJI) of Jakarta reports the alleged persecution of Tempo journalist Nurhadi by police members to Komnas HAM.
Tempo.co editor in chief, Setri Yasra, fulfilled police summons in the case of physical assault against journalist Nurhadi.
The persecution case of Tempo's journalist in Surabaya was allegedly committed by police members.
Chief Editor of Tempo Magazine, Wahyu Dhyatmika, strongly criticizes the persecution of one of its journalist named Nurhadi.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan officially launches the Covid-19 vaccination for journalists held by the city Health Agency.
The Covid-19 vaccination program for journalists and media workers is set to begin today, February 25, in Bung Karno Stadium (GBK) Senayan, Jakarta.
President Jokowi announces during the commemoration of National Press Day that the government has allocated Covid-19 vaccines for 5,000 journalists.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo said the government would prepare 5,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine for mass media workers and journalists.
An Afghan journalist was shot dead in a car ambush in the central province of Ghor, the 5th media professional to be killed in the country in 2 months
Australia finalized plans to make Facebook Inc and Google pay its media outlets for news content to protect independent journalism.
The Press Council conducted yet another free Polymerase Chain Reaction or PCR swab test program for 100 media workers.
The annual report by SAFEnet shows that the conviction against the right to freedom of expression remained high in 2019.
Central Kalimantan Police said that journalists covering today's protests in the region will be given a special vest.
The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) recorded 28 violent cases against journalists during the news reporting of anti-omnibus law protest.
A journalist from online news media Suara.com, Peter Rotti, was attacked by police while covering the students' protest against the new omnibus law.
Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) criticizes the legalization of the Omnibus Law as it greatly revises the Law on Broadcasting.