Can free speech be isolated as an absolute value when any practice of freedom is affected by the social and political context of today’s unequal power relations?
Like the Occupy Wall Street movement, the Paris “Nuit Debout” protests over labor reforms are fueled by social media, which allow people to communicate instantly with one another and bypass corporate media when it ignores them.
With dry wit, the British comedian looks back at the most notable events of 2015, including mass shootings in the United States and beyond, media reactions toward Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's election, and the ominous rise of Donald Trump.
Leaders around the globe have united to condemn the Paris terror attacks. Lost for one simple phrase, many have resorted to color to show their solidarity.
Authorities say former members of a Paris neighborhood gang ended up aiding the Charlie Hebdo attack, recruiting militant fighters to Syria.
Six months after the Paris attack that claimed the lives of 12 staff members, the French magazine’s editor says it will no longer feature satirical cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. "We've done our job," he said. "We have defended the right to caricature."
The Protection Service of the Jewish Community has released a quarterly report that counted 508 anti-Semitic acts between January and May of this year.