Anti-war socialist Boris Kagarlitsky has been sentenced to five years’ jail on appeal, a harsh sentence his supporters say is due to his opposition to Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine, writes Federico Fuentes.
Reporting Israel’s war on Gaza has become the greatest credibility challenge for journalists and the media in our time, writes David Robie.
Journalists are pushing back at management censoring coverage of Israel’s war on Gaza. Pip Hinman reports.
Israel is killing media workers in order to prevent the world from seeing the unspeakable atrocities it is carrying out in Gaza, reports Amanda Yee.
About 200 people rallied outside the ABC’s offices to protest its biased coverage of Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza. Isaac Nellist reports.
The Western media was and is enthusiastically cheerleading Israel's genocidal attacks, writes Alex Bainbridge.
There are big bucks in outsourcing society’s problems to the individual. writes Tamara Pearson.
The police crackdown on independent media platform NewsClick in India, on October 3, is the latest attempt by the Narendra Modi government to stifle journalists and critics of his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) regime, reports Isaac Nellist.
A cross-party delegation of Australian politicians visited the United States in September to lobby for an end to US attempts to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, reports Alex Bainbridge.
Good riddance to Rupert Murdoch, but don't hold your breath for any positive change to his massive media empire, writes Sue Bull.
The Writers Guild of America (WGA) secured a tentative agreement with the major Hollywood studios and streaming companies on September 24, ending its nearly five-month-long strike, reports Malik Miah.
Green Left journalist Isaac Nellist goes through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.
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