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Hungary and the Czech Republic show how three or four oligarchs can hand the government an almost total stranglehold.
Azory Gwanda was last seen one year ago. His fate has created a tense situation for fellow journalists in Tanzania.
In a DW interview, Shahdul Alam lawyer, Sara Hossain, said the case against the Bangladeshi photographer is baseless.
Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor has recommended the death penalty for five men accused in the Jamal Khashoggi murder case.
Filipino journalist Maria Ressa told DW she's being punished for exposing President Duterte's "unlawful" war on drugs.
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Misinformation has played a big role in Colombia's 2018 election campaigns. DW Akademie supports digital fact-checking.
The annual Media and Digital Literacy Academy of Beirut (MDLAB) in Beirut is aimed primarily at Arab-speaking academics.
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Sergey Elkin is a political cartoonist in Russia and a regular contributor to DW.
Magazine editor Maan Abu Taleb tells DW why it's his mission to cover good art in the Arab world for art's sake.
The media in the Middle East can no longer hold the region's leaders accountable.
Internet technologies must encourage free speech and not be used as tools to surveil and harass those who speak up.
A response to President Donald Trump's Twitter video of him "punching" CNN from Russian cartoonist Sergey Elkin.
DW's Freedom of Speech Award goes to Iranian political scientist Sadegh Zibakalam, who faces jail for speaking his mind.
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