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Mozambique imposes prohibitive new fees on foreign correspondents
Mozambique imposes prohibitive new fees on foreign correspondents
Mozambique is set to introduce prohibitively expensive fees for foreign journalists, in an apparent attempt to discourage reporting from the...
Turkey acquits top journalist in 'espionage' case
Turkey acquits top journalist in 'espionage' case
An Istanbul court on Monday acquitted one of Turkey's most prominent political journalists in a long-running case on espionage charges dating back...
Reuters reporters to face Myanmar trial for 'breaking' secrecy law
Reuters reporters to face Myanmar trial for 'breaking' secrecy law
Two Reuters reporters accused of breaking Myanmar's draconian secrecy law during their reporting of a Rohingya massacre must face trial, a judge...
Foreign reporters say working conditions in China are deteriorating
Foreign reporters say working conditions in China are deteriorating
Working conditions for foreign correspondents in China deteriorated last year, with journalists reporting being beaten, detained and harassed,...
Philippine news website's licence revoked after Duterte threat
Philippine news website's licence revoked after Duterte threat
The Philippine government has revoked the operating licence of leading news website Rappler, officials said Monday in a ruling denounced by...
Editorial: Good press, here's a bone
Editorial: Good press, here's a bone
The media quarantine at the ANC policy conference was highly successful in achieving its apparent aims.
Project M: Leaked emails reveal Gupta plans to buy the M&G
Project M: Leaked emails reveal Gupta plans to buy the M&G
In January 2016 Nazeem Howa, then still CEO of the Gupta family’s corporate...
Press freedom: Worrying signs as South Africa slips in global rankings
Press freedom: Worrying signs as South Africa slips in global rankings
On 19 October 1977, the apartheid government in South Africa banned The World, the Weekend World and arrested the newspapers’ editor Percy...
Press freedom: Much to celebrate, but the journey is far from over
Press freedom: Much to celebrate, but the journey is far from over
As messages fly off our computers and cellphones by the hundreds of thousands every day, leading us to believe we live in a sophisticated world, let...
Journalists in Africa: Unite against tyranny
Journalists in Africa: Unite against tyranny
Seyoum, my brother. I have been meaning to write to your president, Isaias Afwerki. He has kept you incarcerated for the past 14 and a half years,...
Botswana intelligence detain journalist after corruption stories
Botswana intelligence detain journalist after corruption stories
Botswana’s intelligence agency, the Directorate of Intelligence and Security Services (DISS), has arrested a freelance journalist in what appears...

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