Authorities said they found illegal substances, first in a rucksack being carried by Ivan Golunov and later in his Moscow apartment on Thursday.
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The dissident republican group has offered ‘sincere apologies’ for shooting dead the 29-year-old reporter during rioting in Londonderry.
Journalists in Europe and around the world are risking violence and persecution according to the international watchdog Reporters Without Borders
The German news outlet apologised to its readers and said it would verify every story it published written by Claas Relotius.
Spanish journalists staged a protest for their right to "keep professional secrets" after police conducted a raid in the Baleares newsrooms of Europa Press agency.
TIME honours journalists as their People of the Year. Maria Ressa from Rappler, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo of Reuters, the late Jamal Khashoggi of the Washington Post and the staff at the Capital Gazette. The journalists have faced imprisonment, harassment and death in their mission to tell the truth.
Raw Politics speaks to Five Star Movement MEP Ignazio Corrao over the insults made by the party towards journalists.
As the hour-long Q and A trundled on, at one point Trump yelled at reporters to "sit down" and regularly barked down journalists with phrases like: "Excuse me, you were not called on.”
Dedicated to the Arctic, the 9th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award
was awarded to Yuri Kozyrev and Kadir Van Lohuizen (NOOR).
“I love journalists, that’s why I may organise a special banquet for them this evening at the Saudi embassy,” Zeman said.
The US President has praised a Republican congressman who assaulted a journalist last year with a "body slam", referring to him as "my guy".
Seven journalists — many of them investigating corruption — have now been killed in Europe over the last two years.
The Washington Post publishes blank column in solidarity with missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He was known for criticising the kingdom's crown prince in columns for the American newspaper.
Police have launched an investigation into the attack that saw the journalist cut 6 centimetres deep in the stomach.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Sets are set on the EU’s car industry to help cut air pollution, and journalists sign an open letter to
Justice Commissioner visits island to check on inquiry
A journalist from Russia who was reported to have been shot dead in Ukraine faked his own death to foil an assassination plot.
Andrew and Matthew Caruana Galizia, say the story behind their mother’s assassination is that of a small Mediterranean Island state that has been taken over by outside interests.
Media group Reporters Without Borders details how it has trained journalists in Afghanistan to be aware of double suicide bomb attacks.
Several journalists are among at least 25 people killed as two explosions hit the Afghan capital during Monday morning rush hour. Dozens have been injured.
The three film students are believed to have been mistaken for gang members
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: European Commission unveils ‘game-changer’ proposals to protect whistleblowers from being fired or
The family of a murdered Malta journalist fear they will never find out who ordered her killing, it has emerged.
Today is six months since Malta investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb just metres from her home. A group of investigative journalists from across Europe have used the anniversary to announce they intend to continue her work.
The editor of a Russian investigation reporter who died after falling from his from his fifth-floor apartment has expressed doubt amid police claims that the journalist killed himself.