BRUSSELS, April 30: The working conditions of news reporters around the globe have deteriorated during the coronavirus pandemic amid job losses and attacks on media freedom, according to a survey published Thursday by the International Federation of Journalists.

KATHMANDU, Jan 8: Concluding that some provisions in the Information Technology Bill currently under discussion in parliament threaten to undermine media freedom, various media rights advocacy groups have expressed their serious concern.

KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Denouncing the arrest of journalists demanding the reinstatement of Radio Nepal journalists sacked on Monday, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has demanded investigation into the incident. Nine journalists arrested by police were protesting against the sacking of three journalists from the state-owned Radio Nepal in Doti.

The International Federation of Journalists has published its 29th report on journalists and media staff killed during their duties in 2018.