In this week's look at the media around the world, we go to Vietnam, to see how bloggers try and escape state survaillance, and how the internet is bridging the divide between north and south.
Community radio serves Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazaar
Press freedom opens up in Malaysia, racial diversity stalls in US media
Anti-Semitism and censorship make headlines in Europe, Pakistan, Tanzania
What is behind French website Mediapart's success?
Facebook data misuse scandal sparks calls for greater privacy
French journalism schools question their written entrance exams
Is Samuel Sam-Sumana looking for political revenge in Sierra Leone?
Using local radio to tackle illegal migration in Africa
Journalists in France should be wary of legislation against fake news, warn analysts
What now for journalists in Zimbabwe?
Website showcases women experts in French media
No Weinstein for Bollywood
What will Bulgaria’s EU presidency do for press freedom?
Spanish, Catalan media reflect polarisation of politics
Native American journalists break free of mainstream media
Jordan muzzles media, Myanmar media targets Rohingya
When anti-terrorism laws are used to sacrifice free speech
Journalists fear crackdown in India
How media and ethnic politics intertwine in Africa
Murder in India, closure in Cambodia