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The Italian town of Amatrice is suing French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo for depicting earthquake victims as pasta dishes.
With the rise of social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, all advancing how an audience consumes information, Vintage news is a blast from the past, looking backwards to find a niche to t
Aside from the army, the media is in the front line of the mass purges sweeping Turkey since the July 15-16 coup attempt.
Turkey ordered a further 47 journalists detained on Wednesday as part of a sweeping crackdown in the wake of the failed military coup.
Prominent Turkish commentator and former politician Nazli Ilicak is among 42 journalists facing arrest after the authorities issued warrants for their detention, according to local…
CCTV footage of the moment a car bomb ripped through a Belarusian journalist’s car in Kyiv has emerged.
A well-known journalist in Ukraine has been killed by a car bomb in the capital Kyiv.
Two journalists have been cleared by a Vatican court of publishing leaked documents claiming the top of the Catholic Church was plagued by corruption.
Three Spanish freelance journalists who were kidnapped in Syria last July have returned home on Sunday after being released. On Saturday it was
Police have arrested a gunman who fired at least two shots at a prominent Turkish journalist who was briefing reporters about his trial. Can Dundar
A prominent Turkish opposition journalist was shot at on Friday just moments before a verdict was to be given in his trial on charges of revealing
Everyone came prepared for laughs at the annual White House correspondents’ dinner in Washington on Saturday. And keynote speaker President Barack
Demonstrators in Turkey have denounced two ‘freedom of speech’ cases being heard at the same court in Istanbul on Friday. They gathered outside the
Celebrating their centenary year the prestigious Pulitzer Prizes have been awarded for 2016, applauding excellence in US journalism and the arts
A group of journalists and human rights activists in Russia's Northern Caucasus has been attacked by a group of masked men
Journalists and human rights activists heading to Chechnya on a press trip have been attacked and their minibus set on fire. That is according to the
The release of two Turkish journalists has been described by one of them as a “clear defeat” for the country’s president. Can Dundar from
The controversial case of two Turkish journalists, who were freed from detention on Friday, has again provoked the wrath of president Recep Tayyip
Turkey has released two prominent journalists after the country's top court ruled their detention violated their rights. They were arrested in November and face trial in March on espionage charges.
Turkey has freed two prominent journalists after the country’s top court ruled their detention violated their rights. The arrest of Can Dundar
Turkey’s Supreme Court ruled on Thursday (February 25) that the detention of two prominent opposition journalists had “violated their rights.” Can
The team from Turkey's state-run news agency were seized by members of the Kurdistan Workers' Party or PKK in the south-east of the country
A picture taken among refugees trying to cross from Serbia into Hungary has won the World Press Photo of the Year award for 2015. Australian
Mohamed Hassanein Heikal, the Arab world’s best known political commentator, died on Wednesday at age 92, Egyptian state television reported
This year has been the deadliest in a decade for journalists, with reporters increasingly killed away from the battlefield, new data shows. Reporters
China says it will not renew press credentials for a French journalist, effectively throwing her out of the country. It comes after Ursula Gauthier