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Australian journalists imprisoned in China anxiously await diplomatic breakthrough

In a recent message, Yang Hengjun has expressed fears that he will die in prison following the discovery of a large cyst on one of his kidneys

Bangladesh court sentences two journalists over plot to kill PM’s son

Shafik Rehman, 88, and Mahmudur Rahman, 70, were convicted what authorities said was a conspiracy to kidnap and murder the PM's eldest child

Vatican official urges journalists to make refugees’ aspirations ‘known to the...

“As journalists, you are in a privileged position to listen to their cry and make their aspirations known to the world”

Pope Francis thanks journalists for ‘work at the service of the...

“It is the heart that moves us toward open and receptive communication,” said the pope at the end of his weekly Regina Caeli prayer

Prayer of a journalist saint before he died for freedom of...

The Carmelites’ account of the saint’s life posted on their website includes a poem written by him on Feb. 12-13, 1942

Rights group calls for decriminalization of libel following conviction of Filipino...

Human Rights Watch said it finds the verdict convicting Filipino journalist Frank Cimatu of cyber-libel "very concerning”

Journalism faces great challenges from inside and outside, says Indian journalist

The Indian Catholic Press Association has also chosen a Jesuit priest and a Holy Spirit nun for its annual awards this year

Challenge to Catholic communicators

“Communication does not take place if listening has not taken place, and there is no good journalism without the ability to listen"

Online ‘opinion media’ cuffs press freedom in ‘new era of polarization’

“The creation of media weaponry in authoritarian countries eliminates their citizens’ right to information"

More than 130 journalists arrested in Myanmar, media group says

Among those arrested, 109 were men and 26 were women, while three other journalists were killed in the course of their work

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