A court in Turkey has acquitted a journalist of the center-left and opposition daily newspaper Cumhuriyet, who was being tried for espionage in a case about revealing state secrets by publishing footage of a video showing weapons shipment to pockets of Syria held by foreign-backed terrorists.
An Iraqi journalist who shot to fame after he called former US president George W. Bush a "dog" in Arabic and threw his shoes at him has announced his intention to run in the May 12 parliamentary elections.
A Maltese court charged three men Tuesday with the car-bomb slaying of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, as details from the investigation indicated she was killed by a remote-controlled explosion of TNT.
US President Donald Trump’s refusal to talk and engage in diplomacy with North Korea and his bellicose language against its leadership could spark a war between Washington and Pyongyang, an American journalist and political analyst in New York says.
Police in Denmark say their divers have recovered body parts and the severed head of a female Swedish journalist who died on board of a submarine, whose Danish owner and inventor had been scheduled to be interviewed by the ill-fated Swede last month.