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Autocratic Asian leaders have taken Trump's "fake news" anti-media message and used it as a weapon to shut down media
Decision part of series of moves, including allowing women to attend live shows and drive
Two Reuters journalists arrested for reporting on the Rohingya refugee crisis, but also because they're 'local'
Free Speech Q&A: Edward Snowden on rights, privacy, secrets and leaks in conversation with Jimmy Wales
WikiTribune founder Jimmy Wales interviewed former CIA employee Edward Snowden to talk about privacy, journalism and spying
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were formally charged under the Government Secrets Act
Security forces say many of the protesters will be released, as reports also emerge of deaths in custody
Sarah Idan and her family received death threats after the pageant contestant posted a selfie with her Israeli counterpart
The sentence is the latest in a series of prosecutions against artists perceived to be challenging Egypt's conservative norms
The creator of the World Wide Web doesn't want Alexa but is worried about net neutrality and echo chambers
One hundred years on from the October Revolution, what does Putin's iron grip mean for Russia's future?