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Government is in the spotlight over funding of promotional events as part of EU presidency
Russia and Islamist terrorist groups are increasingly targeting the EU with propaganda – the warning in a resolution approved by MEPs, which aims to combat anti-Europe…
Ethnic conflicts, political instability and starvation characterize the realities of Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo. The Foreign press seems indifferent to the massacres taking place in thes
The Middle East remains a region that draws the attention of the public because of the many conflicts in the area. According to INFOCORE, a study that investigates the role the media plays in violent
In the Balkans, the foreign media played a key role in raising awareness about the bloodshed taking place in the region, and in influencing international public opinion regarding a military interventi
Robert Redford says he plans to retire from acting soon, to concentrate on directing and art.
The last 19 months have seen one of the ugliest and nastiest presidential campaigns in modern US history play out.
Devastated supporters waited for an appearance but instead it was her campaign chairman who fronted up
Kensington Palace has issued a combative press release calling for the UK media to stop harassing his current American girlfriend and her family.
Turkish authorities have reportedly ordered the formal arrest of nine executives and journalists of the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper.
An Afghan woman immortalised on the cover of National Geographic has been hospitalised in Pakistan after falling ill in custody.
The famous green-eyed ‘Afghan girl’ has appeared in court in Peshawar, accused of having a fake Pakistani identity card.
Child prodigies, Budapest's secret sex truck and a new head for the baby Jesus.
Can Dundar is the former editor-in-chief of Cumhumriyet, a newspaper that is staunchly critical of the Turkish government.
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has promised a “national plan of revitalisation” as he opened a new hotel in Washington DC.
Amazon’s latest original series is based on the book 'Good Girls Revolt' by Lynn Povich,' about a group of women employed by Newsweek magazine in the 1960's who ended up suing the magazine for discrim
US telecoms giant AT&T says it has agreed to buy the Time Warner media and entertainment group for more than $85bn.
The biggest merger of the year may be announced on Sunday as AT&T seek to snap up Time Warner, but Apple is monitoring the situation and may step in.
Hungarian opposition journalists take shelter in homeless magazine, saying the government shut their newspaper down.
Making creative decisions using data, algorithms and artificial intelligence; it all sounds terrifying to people who make a living in the TV and film industry.
UHD, Ultra HD, 4K – whatever you want to call it – the next stage of TV may not yet be in your home, but that’s just a matter of time. What is
Despite its strong presence on the programme at MIPCOM 2016 – one of the world’s leading markets for entertainment content – virtual reality still
The editor-in-chief of RT, Russia’s state-run broadcaster, claims all of its UK bank accounts have been blocked.
“Russia must withdraw all occupational forces from Ukraine” – this was one of the main demands from the participants of worldwide protests organized by the campaign “StopPutinsWarInUkraine…
Die-hard supporters are standing by their man but Donald Trump’s road to the White House is looking rockier than ever.