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World - Africa
11/26/2021 1:40:42 PM
War-hit Ethiopia has announced new rules against sharing information on battlefield outcomes in the war against Tigrayan rebels, a move that could bring sanctions against journalists.

Egypt - Courts & Law
11/17/2021 8:08:48 PM
An Egyptian emergency state security misdemeanour court sentenced lawyer and former MP Ziad El-Eleimy to five years in prison on Wednesday for spreading false news on social media among other charges

World - Region
11/14/2021 9:26:25 PM
The European Union on Sunday condemned a violent crackdown on protesters in Sudan against last month's power grab that left six dead and demanded the release of detainees including journalists.

World - Region
11/5/2021 3:51:35 PM
Hundreds of supporters of pro-Iran groups clashed with security forces in Iraq's capital on Friday, expressing their fury over last month's election result, AFP journalists and a security source said.

Business - Markets & Companies
11/3/2021 8:15:32 PM
US authorities on Wednesday put the Israeli maker of the Pegasus spyware on a list of restricted companies, taking aim at software central to a scandal over surveillance of journalists and officials.

World - International
11/2/2021 12:37:00 PM
A blast followed by gunfire was heard outside a military hospital in Afghanistan's capital on Tuesday, a witness reported, followed by a second blast heard by AFP journalists.

World - International
10/27/2021 5:39:24 PM
More than 30 instances of violence and threats of violence against Afghan journalists were recorded in the last two months, with nearly 90% committed by the Taliban, a media watchdog said Wednesday.

World - International
10/21/2021 10:13:55 AM
The Taliban struck several journalists to prevent media coverage of a women's rights protest in Kabul on Thursday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
10/14/2021 3:03:00 PM
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to two journalists last week for their efforts to ensure freedom of expression, but unfortunately not every prize winner has merited the award.

World - International
10/12/2021 5:59:31 PM
Elisabeth Eide, the Norwegian journalist, author and professor in journalism studies at Oslo Metropolitan University visited Afghanistan 15 times, including the first time the Taliban were in power. She wrote five novels and 25 non-fiction books, among them monographies on Afghanistan and Pakistan.

World - International
10/8/2021 6:47:00 PM
Investigative journalists Maria Ressa of the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov of Russia won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their work promoting freedom of expression at a time when liberty of the press is increasingly under threat.

World - International
9/30/2021 4:08:49 PM
'We had the opportunity to discuss what steps we could take on plane motors, warplanes,' the Turkish leader told journalists on his return to Turkey.

World - Africa
9/23/2021 12:56:57 PM
Dawit Isaak was among a group of around two dozen senior cabinet ministers, members of parliament, and independent journalists who were seized in a draconian purge in the East African country in September 2001

World - International
9/16/2021 3:44:25 PM
Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba told journalists Moscow was in 'violation of international law' by organising the vote in the eastern regions and Crimea

World - International
9/10/2021 3:29:22 PM
The World Food Programme warned that a massive 93 percent of households in the conflict-wracked country were not consuming a sufficient amount of food

World - International
9/9/2021 10:53:56 AM
Despite promises of a more inclusive regime, the Taliban have moved to snuff out mushrooming opposition against their rule

World - International
9/8/2021 2:23:01 PM
Police in Indian-controlled Kashmir have raided the homes of four journalists, triggering concerns of a further crackdown on press freedom in the disputed region

World - Region
9/7/2021 1:48:50 PM
The Taliban have fired gunshots to disperse a rally on Tuesday in Kabul and arrested several Afghan journalists who were covering the demonstration

World - Region
9/2/2021 1:18:47 PM
NSO has come under widespread criticism over reports that its flagship spyware product, Pegasus, has been misused by governments to spy on dissidents, journalists, human rights workers and possibly even heads of state.

World - Africa
8/31/2021 12:49:27 PM
Freeman Mbowe and his supporters accuse police of torturing him in custody to force him to make a statement in the trial which opened under tight security, with most journalists banned from the courtroom by police

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