Filmmakers face 5 years in Indonesia on visa charges

Two British journalists face five years in jail in Indonesia for trying to make a documentary about piracy in the region without proper visas. Neil Bonner, 32, and Rebecca Prosser, 31, attended their second...

Maldives arrests three journalists covering protests

Police in the Indian Ocean nation of Maldives have arrested three journalists who were covering demonstrations in the capital Male calling for the release of the country's former president. Mohamed Niyaz, a...

French journalists held in Indonesia

Police in the Indonesian province of Papua arrested and jailed two French documentary-makers Aug. 6, Australian media reported. Thomas Dandois and Valentine Bourrat were making a documentary for the...

Radio host gunned down in the Philippines

A Filipino radio journalist who had reported on drug trafficking and government corruption was shot and killed June 9, the third journalist to be killed in the Asian country since May 4. A gunman on a...

Australian journalists appealed court case

The Sydney Morning Herald reported Feb. 5 that two Australian journalists have appealed to the Australian Supreme Court to avoid having to reveal a sources of controversial stories in 2012. Nick McKenzie...