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Afghan media defiant after deadly day for journalists
Afghan media defiant after deadly day for journalists
Afghan journalists were shaken but defiant on Tuesday, vowing to continue reporting on the bloody conflict after the deadliest attack on the...
Call for SA to debate 'Kill the boer'
Call for SA to debate 'Kill the boer'
There should be a national dialogue about the song lyrics dubul' ibhunu, or "Kill the boer" given that some people had been offended by it,...
News agencies caution Zuma over media freedoms
News agencies caution Zuma over media freedoms
The world's four biggest news agencies have voiced concerns to South African President Jacob Zuma that controversial new regulations for tighter...
Farewell to Fleet Street
Farewell to Fleet Street
Fleet Street, the London thoroughfare synonymous with 300 years of journalism in Britain, bids farewell to its last international newsroom on...
Four oil hostages freed in Cameroon
Four oil hostages freed in Cameroon
Four hostages who work for a service company in the oil industry, Tidewater, have been freed off southern Cameroon's Bakassi peninsula after about...
Israel 'to declare Dead Sea shore state land'
Israel 'to declare Dead Sea shore state land'
The Israeli government has decided to register as state property West Bank land that has emerged as a result of Dead Sea shrinkage, an anti-settlement group said on Tuesday....
Child survivor found after Yemeni plane crash
Child survivor found after Yemeni plane crash
Rescuers on Tuesday found a child survivor of a Yemeni airliner that crashed off the coast of the Indian Ocean archipelago of Comoros, a hospital...
US strikes kill dozens in Taliban heartland
US strikes kill dozens in Taliban heartland
United States missile strikes killed dozens of people in a Pakistani tribal area controlled by Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud, where the army is...
Somali forces gain ground in Mogadishu
Somali forces gain ground in Mogadishu
Heavy fighting broke out in the Somali capital on Wednesday as government forces intensified their offensive to drive out insurgents and widen...
Pakistani troops close in on key Taliban town
Pakistani troops close in on key Taliban town
Pakistani troops on Monday pressed their offensive against the Taliban in the northwest Swat district, closing in on a key town after pushing into...
Israeli book-burning row clouds Egypt's bid for UN job
Israeli book-burning row clouds Egypt's bid for UN job
Egyptian Culture Minister Faruq Hosni's bid to become the Arab world's first head of Unesco, the United Nations' culture body, is being damaged by...
Sri Lanka death toll unacceptably high, says UN
Sri Lanka death toll unacceptably high, says UN
The United Nations said on Friday that the number of deaths in Sri Lanka's civil war in recent months was "unacceptably high", but declined to give...

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