Left-wing French newspaper Liberation marked International Women's Day on Thursday by charging male readers a higher price than women.
The controversial trial of staff from Turkey's main opposition newspaper resumed on Monday in a case seen as a test for press freedom under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Pakistan's military on Wednesday sought to calm worries of a rift with the civilian government, emphasising its commitment to democracy in a country where the army has often seized power.
Former British finance minister George Osborne turned up on Tuesday to start work as a journalist, following last month's shock announcement that he would take the reins of London's main daily paper.
British journalist Mazher Mahmood, better known as the ‘Fake Sheikh’ who caught out a string of celebrities in tabloid stings, was on Friday jailed for 15 months for perverting the course of justice.
A French court on Friday ordered Le Monde newspaper to pay damages to US film star John Malkovich over a story falsely claiming he had a hidden Swiss bank account.
A privately owned newspaper in Oman said on its website on Wednesday it had been suspended from publishing, a day after the government said it had "taken measures" against a paper for insulting the judiciary.
A court has slapped a two-year ban on journalists who triggered the closure of the Maldives' only newspaper when they resigned en masse and set up an independent online publication ...