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Egypt - Courts & Law
2/7/2022 8:18:07 PM
A Giza prosecutor’s office approved on Monday the burial of Nikolaos Katsikas, a Greek veteran correspondent and vice president of the Hellenic Cultural Centre who was found stabbed to death on Saturday in his apartment in Giza’s Sheikh Zayed neighbourhood.

World - International
2/3/2022 12:42:30 PM
The FBI has confirmed purchasing NSO Group's powerful spyware tool Pegasus, whose chronic abuse to surveil journalists, dissidents and human rights activists has long been established. It suggested its motivation was to "stay abreast of emerging technologies and tradecraft.''

World - Region
2/1/2022 9:46:45 PM
The West African regional bloc ECOWAS on Tuesday attacked what it called an "attempted coup" in the state of Guinea-Bissau, where journalists earlier reported gunfire around the seat of government in the capital Bissau.

World - Region
2/1/2022 11:17:07 AM
The Taliban have arrested two Afghan journalists working for a local news channel, rights groups said Tuesday, weeks after two women activists went missing.

World - Region
1/30/2022 3:37:36 PM
Yemen's Houthi insurgents have shut down six radio stations in the capital Sanaa, the journalists' union said, with reporters saying the move came after broadcasters refused to air rebel propaganda.

World - International
1/23/2022 10:10:43 AM
For five years, Sajad Gul wrote about conflict wracking his homeland, a disputed Himalayan territory where a violent armed rebellion and India's brutal counterinsurgency have raged for over three decades.

World - International
1/8/2022 2:38:24 PM
The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists asked Indian authorities to immediately release a journalist in disputed Kashmir, days after police arrested him for uploading a video clip of a protest against Indian rule.

World - International
12/31/2021 6:40:41 PM
A total of 45 journalists were killed worldwide in 2021, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) said on Friday -- "one of the lowest death tolls" it has recorded for any year.

Opinion -
12/27/2021 5:54:07 PM
Since the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan, I have received questions from a number of journalists, both American and Arab. They have asked what the US withdrawal means for the region, for American leadership in the world, and which countries will now fill the void left by the absence of the US from the scene.

World - International
12/16/2021 8:09:24 PM
There are currently 488 media professionals imprisoned around the world, the highest number since Reporters Without Borders began counting more than 25 years ago, the NGO announced Thursday.

World - Africa
12/16/2021 2:52:39 PM
Ethiopian authorities must immediately free all detained journalists and stop using wartime emergency laws to lock up reporters for doing their jobs, a press freedom watchdog said Thursday.

World - Region
12/4/2021 9:35:08 AM
United Nations chief Antonio Guterres urged authorities in Sudan to respect freedom of expression and the press, calling the country hostile to journalists in a report submitted Friday to the Security Council.

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.

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