A man rammed a van into the Amsterdam headquarters of one of the Netherlands' major national newspapers before setting the vehicle alight.
The attacker is still on the run after three teenagers were injured during a stabbing incident in the Grote Marktstraat in the center of the city.
A united campaign by Australian media organizations is calling for the government to better protect press freedoms. The move follows a spate of raids on a public broadcaster's office and a reporter's home in June.
Reporters Without Borders says 49 journalists have been killed in 2019, the lowest figure in 16 years. But the reasons for the fall in deaths are not wholly positive.
Numerous journalists have been charged with revealing state secrets and questioned by France's intelligence services. French media fear that press freedom is at risk under President Emmanuel Macron.
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