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Known for laughs, Washington dinner spotlights risks of journalism
The White House Correspondents' Association dinner - known for its fun albeit ferocious jabs at Washington - took a more solemn tone this year as President Joe Biden acknowledged the several American journalists under siege in authoritarian countries around the world.
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Climate change activists have protested outside the White House Correspondents' Dinner in the US.
Why are Prince Harry and Elton John in court?
Pop royalty and actual royalty appeared in a London court for a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers Ltd.
How much do you trust European journalists?
Those surveyed doubted reporters' "impartiality", saying "information is sometimes false and too quickly relayed".
A new 'news language': Spanish TikTok journalists attract millions
A group of young Spanish women are shaking up the daily news business with an innovative storytelling approach on social media. Ac2ality aims to provide a look at the news as you've probably never seen it before.
The lonely fight for press freedom of Greece’s small independent media
Greece ranked 108th out of 180 countries in Reporters Without Borders’ 2022 Press Freedom Index.
Will ChatGPT and other AI tools replace journalists in newsrooms?
To what extent can newsrooms use artificial intelligence, and how worried should we be?
'Loss is all around us': Ukrainian women reporting from the front line
“We don't really have a choice of burning out or not,” Ukrainian journalist Alya Shandra told Euronews. “If we burn out and who's left?"
Saudi Arabia jails two Wikipedia staff to 'control content'
Two Saudi Wikipedia administrators were jailed for 32 years and eight years in government efforts to control information, say NGOs.
Russia is Europe's most dangerous country for journalists, report says
In a year which has seen an increase in the killing of journalists in the course of their work, Reporters Without Borders has released figures showing 1,668 have died in violence over the past two decades.
UN slams Twitter’s move to ban journalists as EU threatens sanctions
The United Nations says it's "very disturbed" by Twitter’s suspension of several journalists, and warns of a "dangerous precedent".
New York Times goes on major strike for first time since 1978
As more and more sectors rise up against poor working conditions, this is one of the most significant actions from the cultural sector.
Meloni vs Saviano: The fight to save freedom of speech in Italy
Far-right Italian prime minister Giorgia Meloni is aiming at famed anti-mafia journalist Roberto Saviano for his criticism of her immigration policies.
Festival celebrates the life of Daphne Caruana Galizia
In 2017, Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bomb in Malta. Five years later, a new festival celebrates the intrepid work female journalists do to speak truth to power.
New EU law will shield journalists from spyware and state interference
The Media Freedom Act will prevent governments from spying on journalists and influencing editorial decisions.
Russian journalist Ivan Safranov sentenced to 22 years in jail
A court in Moscow jailed Russian journalist Ivan Safranov to 22 years in a maximum security prison after finding him guilty of treason in a trial many see as politically motivated
Mexican president rues latest assassination of independent journalist
Lopez Obrador was indignant about the "sad" of Fredid Roman, who was gunned down Monday night in Chilpancingo in the southwestern state of Guerrero.
Tuning out: Did we grow tired of Ukraine war on TV and in newspapers?
After six months of Russia's war in Ukraine, audiences are looking for new ways to engage with the subject, and media outlets are trying to fulfill their demands.
Euronews shortlisted for International Emmy Award
It was for international correspondent Anelise Borges' on-the-ground coverage of the Afghanistan crisis following the Taliban's takeover of the country.
France demands answers about death of journalist killed in Ukraine
Frédéric Leclerc-Imhoff was killed on Monday near the eastern city of Severodonetsk as he reported on civilian evacuations.