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Taliban say 'mistakenly' kidnap six journalists in eastern Afghanistan
Taliban have abducted at least six Afghan journalists working for private and government media organizations in eastern Afghanistan, government officials and the militant group say.
Training journalists in era of fake news
As uncannily realistic "deep fake" videos proliferate online, including one recently retweeted by the US President Donald Trump, journalism schools are scrambling to adapt to an era of misinformation — or fake news.
Report: Israel committed 84 violations against Palestinian journalists in May
The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) says the Israeli military committed 84 violations against Palestinian journalists in the month of May as the Tel Aviv regime continues its repressive measures against members of the press both in the occupied West Bank and besieged Gaza Strip.
Missing journalists in Saudi Arabia are alive, kept in detention: RSF
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says the two journalists who had gone missing in Saudi Arabia are alive and remain in the custody of the kingdom's security agencies in undisclosed locations, shedding light on yet another instance of Riyadh's continued crackdown on free press.
Myanmar court hears arguments in appeal case of Reuters journalists
A Myanmar court has heard arguments in the appeal of two Reuters reporters sentenced to seven years in jail on charges of breaking the Official Secrets Act.
Watchdog: Journalists become increasing 'targets' for killings
Journalists faced growing dangers of being targeted for killing for their work in 2018 even as the risks from war and conflict declined, a media watchdog said on Wednesday.
Violence against journalists hits unprecedented levels: RSF
The murder of Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi in a year when more than half of all journalists killed were targeted deliberately reflects a hatred of the media in many areas of society, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said on Tuesday.
Tanzania frees two members of CPJ journalists' advocacy group
Tanzania released two staff members of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Thursday, a day after they were detained and their passports seized, the South African Foreign Ministry said.
88 journalists killed in 2018: UN Chief
In his message on the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, November 2, 2018, the United Nations secretary-general said at least 88 journalists have been killed this year alone.
Turkish court sentences 4 journalists to jail on terror charges
A court in Turkey has handed down jail terms ranging from eight to ten years to four former columnists of defunct Zaman daily newspaper on charges of affiliation to a movement led by the US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom the Ankara government accuses of having masterminded the July 2016 coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Foreign journalists travel to North Korea to reports on nuclear site shutdown
A group of roughly two dozen journalists from Western and Chinese news organizations departed for North Korea on Tuesday to witness the closure of its nuclear test site, an indication that the shutdown will go ahead.
UN urges Myanmar to release Reuters journalists
The United Nations human rights office has urged Myanmar to release two detained Reuters journalists who covered the state-sponsored crackdown against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state, a day after a district court rejected bail for them.
Kenyan journalists, fearing arrest, camp out in their newsroom
Three Kenyan journalists said on Thursday they spent the night in their newsroom in fear of arrest, watching plainclothes policemen camped outside, and that their lawyers would file court petitions in the morning seeking to ensure their freedom.
EU calls on Myanmar to free Reuters journalists
The European Union called on the Myanmar authorities to release two Reuters journalists after a court hearing in Yangon on Wednesday at which prosecutors sought charges against them under the Official Secrets Act.

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