A Brazilian court has ordered the seizure of goods and assets belonging to the broadcast-arm of the International Olympic Committee.
Kazakhstan arrested the influential head of the country's Union of Journalists and former presidential spokesman Seitkazy Matayev.
China adopted its first counter-terrorism law Sunday: its provisions may tighten media controls and threaten the intellectual property of foreign firms.
The Kremlin admitted that Russian television had accidentally shown secret plans detailing a nuclear torpedo system in development.
Google laid out a plan to make tapping into news on mobile devices faster, keeping eyeballs on stories and people visiting websites.
Russian journalist Oleg Kashin released the names of three men charged with carrying out a savage beating that left him close to death in 2010.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was working to amend a newly passed public broadcasting law, officials said, after an outcry over a provision prohibiting journalists from expressing opinions.
On the eve of the Constitution Day in Kazakhstan, President Nazarbayev commented on accusations of autocracy.
Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump booted a journalist from a leading Spanish-language channel out of a news conference.
The EU sharply criticised Russia on Tuesday for the jailing of Ukrainian filmmaker and Kremlin critic Oleg Sentsov, calling it a violation of international law.
Russia's media watchdog said it had lifted a short-lived ban on Russian-language Wikipedia over an entry on a form of cannabis.
Chinese state-run media lambasted officials in the port city of Tianjin for a lack of transparency over the massive explosions at an industrial site.
From a mullah who wants a military operation against women wearing jeans to "uncircumcised" Islamic State fighters, a satirical Pakistani website is using humour to shine a light on current affairs in the turbulent nation.
The trial of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian resumed Monday in Tehran, in what could be the final hearing before a judgment is issued on whether he spied on Iran.
German news weekly Der Spiegel charged that it was spied on by US secret services and said it had filed a criminal complaint with the country's chief prosecutor.
France's Le Monde newspaper used 200th anniversary of Napoleon's defeat to issue a warning to Britain -- in English -- saying: "Beware, Brexit could be your Waterloo!"
Rupert Murdoch presented a succession plan at media-entertainment conglomerate 21st Century Fox, passing his chief executive job to his son James.
President of Kazakhstan speaks harsh words about the current state of culture, in which social networks and the Internet undermine moral principles and spirituality.
A Russian freelance journalist who claims she went undercover as a pro-government Internet troll says she is suing her former employer in a bid to expose the workings of the Kremlin's online army.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tops the Forbes list of the world's most powerful women for the fifth straight year but Hillary Clinton is snapping at her heels.