Zeinab Ismail • 19 Jun 2023

In Yemen, Journalists are Haunted by Hacking and Surveillance

An investigative journalist from Yemen never anticipated that a series of events in late 2021 would still haunt him to…

  • Cyber Incidents
  • Freedom of the press
  • Sanaa
Safaa Ayyad • 05 Apr 2023

Lebanon: Summoning Journalists in Beirut and Silencing Voices in Mount Lebanon

Lebanon’s Public Prosecutor Ghassan Oueidat retracted the case against Jean Kassir, the co-founder and managing editor of the news website…

  • Court of Publications
  • Freedom Of Expression
  • Freedom of the press
Najla Ben Salah • 23 Dec 2022

Tunisian Government Tightens Grip on Journalistic Sources

Mosaïque FM’s local reporter, Khalifa Al Qasimi, was shocked to hear he was sentenced to one year in prison on…

  • Freedom of the press
  • Judiciary
  • Kais Saied
Safaa Ayyad • 06 Jul 2022

Iraqi Cybercrime Draft Law: In Suspension 

  • cybercrime law
  • Cybercrime Law
  • Cybercrimes
SMEX • 04 May 2022

World Press Freedom Day: Digital Siege

  • Ditial Security
  • Freedom of Expression
  • Freedom of the press
Sawsan Abo Alsondos • 20 Dec 2021

Freedom of the Press in Jordan: Regulatory Amendments or Restrictions to Online Speech?

Journalism in Jordan is suffering some severe blows as a result of laws and legislations that are inherently restrictive to…

  • Freedom Of Expression
  • Freedom of the press
  • Jordan