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Death stalks Mexico's journalists
Death stalks Mexico's journalists
Ruben Espinosa's coffin was carried to the grave under a blistering Mexico City sun, accompanied by applause from friends and colleagues – and...
Al Jazeera demands release of staff detained in Nigeria
Al Jazeera demands release of staff detained in Nigeria
Ahmed Idris and producer Ali Mustafa were detained in their hotel room after returning from covering a story about the Nigerian troops fighting...
[Video]Angolan journalist wins Freedom of Expression Award Part 2
[Video]Angolan journalist wins Freedom of Expression Award Part 2
Rafael Marques de Morais was honoured with the Freedom of Speech award for his work in exposing corruption in government and business in Angola.
Operation to rescue beheaded journalist failed: US
Operation to rescue beheaded journalist failed: US
The US military carried out an attempt to rescue journalist James Foley and other American hostages held in Syria, an official said on Wednesday, in...
Journalism is not a crime
Journalism is not a crime
Three journalists were convicted of subversive acts by an Egyptian court this past week and sentenced to between seven and 10 years in jail. This...
Bhekisisa on the cutting edge in Mpumalanga
Bhekisisa on the cutting edge in Mpumalanga
"I learned about a simple and safe method of male circumcision. This is very important because the traditional method is very painful. I speak from...
Police assault Daily Sun journalist
Police assault Daily Sun journalist
The Daily Sun says one of its journalists was assaulted by police after taking photos of them allegedly accepting a bribe in...
Russia expels US journalist critical of Putin
Russia expels US journalist critical of Putin
Russia has barred a US journalist who is critical of President Vladimir Putin for five years, a move that could upset relations with the United...
Journalists being kept out of Qunu ahead of Mandela funeral
Journalists being kept out of Qunu ahead of Mandela funeral
Journalists residing in Qunu, in the Eastern Cape, laid low on Wednesday as their colleagues were pushed out of the area due to government orders...
Sudan grapples with protests
Sudan grapples with protests
Sporadically in the past few months, popular protest movements have broken out on the streets of Sudan’s major cities and were violently...
Crackdown on dissent in Bangladesh
Crackdown on dissent in Bangladesh
Increasingly oppressive information laws in Bangladesh now mean that anyone arrested for publishing information that the government sees as...

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