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A bill passed by the French Senate makes it a criminal offence to publicly question events termed as genocide under French law, raising serious free speech issues.
The Wikipedia community has chosen to close down the site's English version for 24 hours today, in a protest against growing censorship.
Assailants of a Maldivian blogger who was attacked and detained after organising a protest calling for religious tolerance are still at large.
UAE authorities should drop charges against five activists arrested for calling for democratic reforms, four global human rights bodies say.
Amnesty has urged the Indonesian government to repeat its commitment to protecting freedom of religion in the face of militant intolerance.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell argues that freedom of speech includes the right of people to say things that offend both him and others.
China is being called on to release a woman sentenced to a year in a labour camp for retweeting a supposedly anti-Japanese message.
Charges against a Christian street preacher who condemned homosexuality have been dropped, shortly after a gay rights campaigner offered to testify in his defence.
The conviction of five Muslim men who demonstrated at a home-coming parade by the Royal Anglian Regiment in Luton is an infringement of free speech and free protest, says veteran human rights activist Peter Tatchell.