News Bulgarian Journalist Viktoria Marinova Violently Murdered
19:55 | October 8, 2018
Bulgarian authorities say that murdered journalist Viktoria Marinova, 30, was raped and beaten before her body was found in a park in the city of Ruse on Saturday. The murder of the TV host and director for the regional television network TVN.bg drew international condemnation.
News Journalist Jan Kuciak Allegedly Killed for 70k Euros
21:36 | October 1, 2018
A woman who allegedly ordered the brutal murder of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiance
was among the suspects that were detained last week by Slovak police, local media reported on Monday.
News Slovakia Arrests Suspects in Journalist’s Murder
20:40 | September 28, 2018
Slovakian police arrested Thursday eight people in connection with the brutal murder of a local journalist who was shot dead at close range in his home in February while investigating the infiltration of the Italian mob into his home country.
News Malta: Suspects in Journalist’s Murder Charged with Money Laundering
15:58 | June 29, 2018
Two of the suspects in the murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia were charged with money laundering on Wednesday, the Times of Malta reported. The brothers claimed to be unemployed, yet lived lavishly with luxury boats and cars.
Articles Reporter Describes Appointment of Artak Poghosyan as Yerevan Police Chief a "Slap in the Face" to the
20:48 | June 22, 2018
She says that on February 12, 2014, Poghosyan, then Chief of the Kentron Department of the Yerevan
Police, slapped her face while she was being detained for covering an Armenian National Congress
(HAK) publicity event for the opposition newspaper Chorrord Inknishkhanutyun.
News Montenegro: Investigative Journalist Shot and Wounded
18:53 | May 9, 2018
Unknown attackers shot an investigative reporter in the leg on Tuesday night in Podgorica, prompting an outcry by Montenegrin and international authorities for the perpetrators to be found and journalists to be protected.
News Indian Ganglord Sentenced to Life for Murdering Journalist
20:23 | May 6, 2018
A gangster who ruled the Indian underworld in the 1980s was sentenced together with eight accomplices
to life in prison on Wednesday for the murder of crime reporter Jyotirmoy Dey, Times of India reported.
Articles Armenia’s Human Rights Defender Says the Work of Reporters Must be Fully Safeguarded
19:51 | May 3, 2018
“Sadly, there are still misconceptions and stereotypes regarding about the role that reporters play that
make their work more difficult and not as productive as possible. Thus, it’s vital to uproot those public
perceptions, with the presumption always being in favor of the reporter’s legal and respectful work,”
News Murdered Maltese Journalist was Investigating Island’s Golden Visas
14:28 | April 19, 2018
When Maltese blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered in a car bombing on Oct. 16, 2017, she’d
been digging for months into the island’s hugely profitable “passports for sale” program.
News Death of Journalist Still Echoes in Malta
23:03 | April 17, 2018
The assassination six months ago of the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia sent shockwaves around the world.
News Malta: Hundreds Gather to Remember Murdered Journalist
20:07 | April 17, 2018
Scores gathered in Malta on Monday to mark the six-month anniversary of the anti-corruption journalist
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder.
News Sicilian Mafia Car Bomb Attack on Journalist Thwarted
20:00 | April 11, 2018
A South-Sicilian clan of the Cosa Nostra planned to use dynamite to kill journalist Paolo Borrometi,
who has been investigating the mafia for years, ANSA reported Tuesday.
News Bomb Attacks, Killings, Shake Montenegro's Security
20:19 | April 2, 2018
Montenegro top security officials admit the situation in the country is worrying, after new bomb blasts and assassinations, having claimed the opposite for years.
News Jan’s and Daphne’s Laws: How to Stop the Murder of Journalists
16:41 | March 16, 2018
The cold-blooded murder of Slovak investigative journalist Jan Kuciak was also a cold slap across the
face of modern Europe. That the public watchdogs -- the beloved members of a profession that is
sometimes more reviled than admired -- could be halted simply by a brutal act of violence seems to
portend a further breakdown of European values.
News Freedom of Information Law: Reporter’s Best Friend or Killer?
21:11 | March 13, 2018
As soon as journalists published the last investigation of their murdered colleague, Slovak reporter Jan Kuciak, they immediately focused on another important issue: Why was he killed? And how did his killers know that he was working on a story about them?
News Three Arrested for the Murder of Jan Kuciak and His Fiancee
21:24 | March 1, 2018
Antonino Vadala, Bruno Vadala, and Pietro Catroppa have been arrested by Slovak police for the
murders of investigative reporter Jan Kuciak and his fiancee. Antonino and Bruno are brothers, Pietro
Catroppa is their cousin, according to Repubblica.
News Three Slovak Officials Resign Following Journalist’s Death
23:34 | February 28, 2018
Three government officials have resigned following the death of investigative reporter Jan Kuciak and
the revelations in his last story published earlier today by the Organized Crime and Corruption
Reporting Project (OCCRP), the Czech Center for Investigative Journalism (CCIJ), and the Investigative
Reporting Project Italy (IRPI). A Slovak version of Kuciak’s last investigation was published by his
News Slovak Journalist Murdered in Double-Homicide
21:39 | February 26, 2018
A Slovak investigative journalist and his girlfriend were found shot dead in their home in a village east
of Bratislava following a call to the police from a worried family member, Slovak police said Sunday.
Articles Armenia: 2017 Was a Tense and Complicated Time for Journalists
14:35 | January 18, 2018
According to the 2017 yearly report released by Armenia’s Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression
(CPFE), 11 acts of physical violence and 113 acts of pressure were registered as committed against
journalists in Armenia last year.
News Malta: 10 Suspects Arrested Over Murder of Journalist
23:50 | December 5, 2017
Maltese police arrested 10 people suspected of being involved in the killing of investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced on Monday.