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  • For Many Journalists Ebola's Invisible Threat Scarier Than War

    For Many Journalists Ebola's Invisible Threat Scarier Than War

    You can't see shells falling, guns pointed or identify the bad guys: for many journalists the invisible threat of Ebola is more unnerving than covering a war.

  • Myanmar Jails Three Journalists for Leadership Report

    Myanmar Jails Three Journalists for Leadership Report

    A Myanmar court has sentenced a media owner, publisher and three journalists to two years in prison in the latest ruling to raise concerns about press freedoms in the country emerging from military rule.

  • Liberia Bans Journalists From Ebola Centres

    Liberia Bans Journalists From Ebola Centres

    Liberia said on Friday it was banning journalists from Ebola clinics, defying media rights campaigners who have warned panicked African governments against "muzzling" reporters in response to the crisis.

  • Indian-American Activist Wins Prestigious US Food Award

    Indian-American Activist Wins Prestigious US Food Award

    Indian-American food justice activist Navina Khanna is one of the five winners of the prestigious James Beard Foundation Leadership awards for 2014, considered North America's highest honour for food and beverage professionals.

  • FIFA Official Thought Expensive Watch was Cheese

    FIFA Official Thought Expensive Watch was Cheese

    FIFA executive committee member Michel D'Hooghe D'Hooghe, the world governing body's chief medical officer, told journalists at a conference in London that the Parmigiani watch,?controversially gifted to him by the Brazilian Football Confederation (C...

  • Asian Games: China's Sun Yang Sorry for 'Ugly' Anthem Comment

    Asian Games: China's Sun Yang Sorry for 'Ugly' Anthem Comment

    After terming the Japanese national anthem as 'ugly', China's Sun Yang said his comment was misunderstood by the journalists during Asian Games in Incheon.

  • Militant in Beheading Videos Has Been Identified, FBI Chief Says

    Militant in Beheading Videos Has Been Identified, FBI Chief Says

    US intelligence agencies believe they have identified the Islamic State militant who appeared on two videos in which US journalists were beheaded, FBI Director James B. Comey said Thursday, but he declined to name the man while agents from the United...

  • US Has Identified Masked Man in Beheading Videos

    US Has Identified Masked Man in Beheading Videos

    The US believes it has identified the British-accented masked man in the videos depicting the beheadings of two American journalists and a British aid worker, the FBI director says.

  • Jihadist Says Foley, Cantlie Converted to Islam in Captivity: Report

    Jihadist Says Foley, Cantlie Converted to Islam in Captivity: Report

    Western journalists James Foley and John Cantlie converted to Islam while being held hostage in Syria, a Belgian newspaper quoted a jihadist suspect as saying on Wednesday, adding that the pair may have been forced to do so.

  • Fighting Flares at Ukraine's Donetsk Airport

    Fighting Flares at Ukraine's Donetsk Airport

    Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels were battling around the airport near the insurgent stronghold of Donetsk on Tuesday, sending flames and clouds of black smoke into the sky, AFP journalists said.

  • Asian Games: Palestinian 'Battle' to Get to Incheon

    Asian Games: Palestinian 'Battle' to Get to Incheon

    Jibril Al Rajoub, head of the?Palestinian Olympic Committee said that 37 sports officials and journalists had died in the beleaguered Gaza strip during the conflict between Israel and Hamas. He added that the nation's participation at the Asian Games...

  • BBC Reporters 'Badly Beaten' in Russia

    BBC Reporters 'Badly Beaten' in Russia

    A team of BBC journalists were attacked in southern Russia while researching a story about soldiers "being killed at the Ukraine border," the company said on Thursday after lodging a protest with Russian authorities.

  • Journalists Criticize White House for 'Secrecy'

    Journalists Criticize White House for 'Secrecy'

    Editors and reporters meeting in Chicago raised concerns on Wednesday about what they described as a lack of access and transparency undermining journalists' work, several blaming the current White House for setting standards for secrecy that are spr...

  • 'Inch Towards Miles': PM Modi's Take On Ties With China Before Xi Visit

    'Inch Towards Miles': PM Modi's Take On Ties With China Before Xi Visit

    Away from political churnings over by-poll results, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today interacted with Chinese journalists ahead of President Xi Jinping's visit and used a new way of summing up ties - "Inch (India and China)" towards "Miles" or Mille...

  • Britain Says No Rescue Mission As It Does Not Know Where IS Hostages Are

    Britain Says No Rescue Mission As It Does Not Know Where IS Hostages Are

    Britain ruled out a mission by special forces to rescue a Briton whose life was threatened in the latest execution video released by Islamic State militants.

  • Britain Mourns Slain Hostage; Another Under Threat

    Britain Mourns Slain Hostage; Another Under Threat

    British aid worker David Haines has been beheaded - like two American journalists before him - and the Islamic State group is threatening to kill a fourth captive.

  • Islamic State Claims Beheading of British Hostage: SITE

    Islamic State Claims Beheading of British Hostage: SITE

    The Islamic State jihadist group claimed Saturday it beheaded British aid worker David Haines, in what would be the third such execution in recent weeks, after two US journalists were shown murdered.

  • KCR Threatens to 'Bury TV Channels', Daughter Kavitha Defends Him

    KCR Threatens to 'Bury TV Channels', Daughter Kavitha Defends Him

    Three months into his term as Chief Minister of India's youngest state Telangana, K Chandrasekhar Rao is at loggerheads with journalists, who have accused him of trying to "gag the press." Mr Rao has threatened to "bury" two TV channels for "insulti...

  • Book to Tell the Oscar Pistorius Story

    Book to Tell the Oscar Pistorius Story

    "Behind The Door: The Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp Story" by South African journalists Mandy Wiener and Barry Bateman explores the characters involved, relates courtroom interactions and unpacks the forensic and circumstantial evidence.

  • Britain's New Press Regulator Labelled 'Sham' by Victims

    Britain's New Press Regulator Labelled 'Sham' by Victims

    A new regulator for Britain's press started work on Monday following a scandal over journalists hacking the phones of celebrities and crime victims, but was immediately dismissed as a "sham" by campaigners.

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