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Zimbabwe police quiz minister over detained editor

Harare - Police in Zimbabwe have taken the unusual step of summoning the country's information minister for questioning in the case of a state newspaper editor charged with subversion.
In the Media by AFP

Australian journalist jailed in Egypt to appeal

Sydney - Jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste will lodge an appeal against the conviction and seven-year sentence handed down by an Egyptian court, his family said Friday.
In the Media by AFP

British reporter for Russian TV 'captured' by Ukraine: ministry

Moscow - A British journalist reporting for a Russian television channel from conflict-torn eastern Ukraine went missing on Wednesday, with Moscow alleging he and another journalist were captured by Kiev's troops.
In the Media by AFP

Al Jazeera reporters evacuate building after shots are fired

Two "precise" shots fired into the Al Jazeera prompted an evacuation Tuesday morning. There are no reports of any fatalities from their branch on the Gaza Strip.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Russia Today reporter quits over 'lies' on Ukraine

Moscow - A London-based reporter for Russia's state-owned English-language channel RT quit Friday in protest at its coverage of the Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine.
In the Media by Maria Antonova (AFP)

Ethiopian bloggers, journalists charged with 'terrorism'

Addis Ababa - A group of Ethiopian bloggers and journalists detained for nearly three months have been charged with terrorism for having links to an outlawed group and for planning attacks, a judge said Friday.
In the Media by AFP

Prize-winning reporter freed after being held at U.S. border

Los Angeles - Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and activist Jose Antonio Vargas, who revealed in 2011 that he is an undocumented immigrant, was freed by U.S. border agents after being held for several hours Tuesday.
In the Media by Michael Thurston (AFP)

Russian TV sparks outrage with Ukraine child 'crucifixion' claim

Moscow - Russian state television has provoked a storm of criticism after it aired an uncorroborated report claiming that the Ukrainian army publicly nailed a three-year-old boy to a board in a former rebel stronghold.
In the Media by AFP

China 'detains prominent financial TV anchor'

Shanghai - Chinese authorities have detained a prominent financial news anchor for state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV), according to media reports, in what appears to be the latest target in a corruption crackdown.
In the Media by AFP

Hamas media war targets Israelis and Palestinians

Gaza - The music video opens with Palestinian Hamas fighters in fatigues building, transporting and then firing rockets at Israel -- but the triumphant lyrics are being sung in Hebrew, not Arabic.
In the Media by Sara Hussein (AFP)

Chinese dream turns sour for activists under Xi Jinping

Activists, lawyers, journalists, bloggers, professors -- China's new leaders have taken aim at civil society in what analysts call an effort to muffle dissent that is proving powerfully effective.
In the Media by Carol Huang (AFP)

Egypt leader's comments on Jazeera reporters encourages Greste family

Sydney - The family of jailed journalist Peter Greste Monday said they were encouraged by Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi saying he "wished" the Australian had never been put on trial.
In the Media by AFP

Egypt's Sisi 'wishes' jailed Jazeera reporters not tried

Cairo - Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Sunday he "wished" three jailed Al-Jazeera journalists including an Australian had not been put on trial, conceding the case had been damaging, a newspaper reported.
In the Media by AFP

UK PM's ex-aide Coulson jailed in Murdoch hacking case

London - Andy Coulson, the former editor of Rupert Murdoch's News of the World and one-time spin doctor to British Prime Minister David Cameron, was jailed for 18 months on Friday for his role in the phone-hacking scandal that doomed the tabloid.
In the Media by Danny Kemp (AFP)

Reporter from Philippines wins AFP's Kate Webb Prize

Manila - Multimedia journalist Patricia Evangelista has won the Agence France-Presse Kate Webb Prize for her compelling reporting on conflict and disaster in her native Philippines, AFP announced Friday.
In the Media by AFP

Ex-Cameron aide Coulson faces jail in UK hacking case

London - Andy Coulson, a former top aide to British Prime Minister David Cameron, faces jail on Friday when he is sentenced for his role in the phone-hacking scandal that brought down Rupert Murdoch's News of the World tabloid.
In the Media by Danny Kemp (AFP)

Google hit by 70,000 'right to be forgotten' requests

London - More than 70,000 people have already asked Google to delete links about them under Europe's "right to be forgotten" ruling, with some of the world biggest news sites the first to be hit.
In the Media by Alice Ritchie (AFP)

Malaysia to return envoy wanted in sex case to N. Zealand

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia said Wednesday it would send an envoy back to New Zealand to face an attempted rape charge as a diplomatic storm erupted over the case.
In the Media by AFP

Malaysia vows investigation of envoy in New Zealand sex case

Putrajaya - Malaysia on Tuesday vowed to "thoroughly investigate" one of its foreign envoys who fled sex charges in New Zealand after invoking diplomatic immunity.
In the Media by AFP

Digital Journal hosted live video chat on future of citizen media

Today Digital Journal hosted a Google Hangout on Air chat via video, discussing the rise and future of citizen journalism. Guests included Mathew Ingram from GigaOM and CBC journalist Ira Basen.
In the Media by David Silverberg

Polish PM survives vote of confidence over bugging scandal

Warsaw - Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Wednesday survived a vote of confidence in his coalition amid a high-profile bugging scandal that has prompted calls for his centre-right government to resign.
In the Media by AFP

Cameron under fresh pressure after hacking verdict

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron apologised to parliament on Wednesday for hiring former News of the World editor Andy Coulson after his conviction for phone hacking, but faced fresh embarrassment as the trial judge rebuked him for speaking out abo...
In the Media by Alice Ritchie (AFP)

UK PM's ex-aide back in court after phone-hack guilty verdict

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron's former media chief Andy Coulson faces a jury again Wednesday following his conviction for phone hacking in a dramatic end to the News of the World trial.
In the Media by Danny Kemp (AFP)

Polish govt seeks to limit leaks scandal fallout

Warsaw - Poland's beleaguered government is scrambling to limit fallout from a high-profile eavesdropping scandal after its foreign minister was allegedly caught on tape slamming Warsaw's alliance with the United States as "worthless".
In the Media by Mary Sibierski (AFP)

Egypt's Sisi 'won't interfere' on jailed journalists

Cairo - Egypt's president said Tuesday the authorities will not interfere in the judiciary, as protests were staged worldwide in solidarity with Al-Jazeera journalists, including an Australian, whose jailing has sparked outrage.
In the Media by Sarah Benhaida (AFP)

Egypt under pressure to pardon Al-Jazeera journalists

Cairo - Egypt was under mounting pressure Tuesday to pardon three Al-Jazeera journalists, including Australia's award-winning Peter Greste, jailed in a ruling that sparked global outrage and fears of a growing media crackdown.
In the Media by Tony Gamal-Gabriel (AFP)

Australian govt 'appalled' at verdict against Jazeera's Greste

Sydney - Australia Monday said it was "appalled" at the seven-year jail term given to Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste by an Egyptian court, saying it undermined Cairo's claim to be transitioning to democracy.
In the Media by AFP

Outrage as Egypt jails Al-Jazeera journalists

Cairo - An Egyptian court jailed Monday three Al-Jazeera journalists, including Australia's award-winning Peter Greste, in a ruling that sparked global outrage and a US call for them to be pardoned.
In the Media by Tony Gamal-Gabriel (AFP)

Polish government under fire over bugging scandal

Warsaw - Poland's centre-right government has found its future called into question after leaked audio recordings suggested it cut a deal with the central bank to boost the budget and garner political support.
In the Media by Bernard Osser (AFP)

Good morning, Donetsk — Ukraine rebels spread the word on radio

Donetsk - If you're channel hopping in the restive eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk these days you can still tune in to the usual soft rock and Russian ballads. Just keep an ear out for tank driver recruitment calls.
In the Media by Anna Malpas (AFP)
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