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Slain Afghan Journalists Remembered On World Press Freedom Day

AFGANISTAN’S slain journalists were remembered on World Press Freedom Day Thursday, days after the deadliest attack on the country’s media since the fall of the ... Full story

Iran Newspaper Head Arrested Over 'Prostitutes' Story

Tehran - The head of Iran's reformist newspaper Shargh was arrested after residents of a northeastern city accused the paper of defamation over a report ... Full story

Man Bitten By Shark, Mauled By Bear And Bitten By Snake

AN American man who was bitten by a shark in Hawaii has also previously been attacked by a rattlesnake and mauled by a bear. In less ... Full story

Turkish Court Sentences Journalists To Long Prison Terms

A Turkish court has convicted journalists and other senior staff members from an opposition newspaper on terror charges, in a case that has exacerbated concerns ... Full story

Nicaragua Journalist Killed During Facebook Live

A journalist in Nicaragua has been shot dead while doing a live broadcast about anti-government protests. Ángel Gahona was reporting on damage at a bank in ... Full story

Two Black Men Arrested For 'Trespassing' In White Owned US Coffee Shop

AFRICANEWS is learning that the two black men arrested at a coffee shop in the United States last week have agreed to meet with Starbucks ... Full story

Reuters Journalists Will Face Trial For Work In Myanmar

A Myanmar judge ruled Wednesday that two Reuters reporters who documented a massacre of Rohingya Muslims will face trial for violating the Official Secrets Act ... Full story

'I'm Suffocating. Tell Mama That I Loved Her,' Girl's Last Words In Mall Fire

Kemerovo - Trapped inside a movie theater at a burning shopping center, 11-year-old Vika Pochankina made a panicked phone call to her aunt and delivered ... Full story

Russia, In Spy Rift Riposte, Expels 59 Diplomats From 23 Countries

RUSSIA expelled 59 diplomats from 23 countries on Friday and said it reserved the right to take action against four other nations in a worsening ... Full story

Malaysia Pushes For 10 Years Jail For Peddling Fake News

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s government tabled a bill in parliament on Monday outlawing “fake news”, with hefty fines and up to ... Full story

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