The internet services of the German international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) in all 32 programme languages have been blocked in Turkey.
Deutsche Welle (DW) will no longer distribute its TV channel via domestic German TV platforms.
Russia’s Ministry of Justice has added Deutsche Welle (DW) to the list of foreign mass media acting as a foreign agent.
BBC Television news programmes in Pashto, Persian and Uzbek have been taken off the air in Afghanistan after the Taliban ordered local broadcasters to remove shows from international partners.
Deutsche Welle (DW) is relocating the journalistic operations previously based in Moscow to Latvia following the closure of its Moscow studio and the withdrawal of its staff’s accreditation by the Russian government.
Turkish media regulator RTÜK has given three international broadcasters 72 hours to apply for a licence or have their online content blocked.
Russian state broadcaster RT can continue distributing its German-language TV channel RT DE in Germany following the legal action taken by the broadcaster.
Russia has banned German foreign service Deutsche Welle (DW) from broadcasting in the country.
Belarus has blocked the website of Deutsche Welle (DW) on the grounds that it is spreading “extremist content”.
Deutsche Welle (DW) has made Hungarian its 31st broadcast language with the launch of a new service named DW Magyar.