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Bolsonaro says he feels 'very well', praises hydroxycholoroquine

Bras - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has tested positive for COVID-19, said on Facebook Thursday that he was "very well" and again advocated the use of the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine.

Malaysia police question Al Jazeera journalists over documentary

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian police Friday questioned five Australian journalists from Al Jazeera over a documentary about the plight of migrants which has angered the government, as the broadcaster expressed shock at the probe.

Depp says 'in no condition' to ever hurt Heard

London - Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp testified Thursday that he was often so high or strung out on drugs that he was "in no condition" to hurt his ex-wife Amber Heard.

Johnny Depp denies slapping ex-wife

London - Hollywood actor Johnny Depp on Wednesday denied claims that he slapped his ex-wife Amber Heard, as he faced a second day of questioning in his high-profile libel trial in London.

Russia tells US to 'mind own business' over media freedom

Moscow - Moscow has told the US embassy to "mind your own business" after Washington's diplomatic mission raised concern about curbs on media freedom in Russia.

Johnny Depp denies 'wife-beater' claim in London libel trial

London - Hollywood actor Johnny Depp strenuously denied being violent to his ex-wife Amber Heard, as he launched a libel claim in a London court on Tuesday against a British tabloid newspaper that called him a "wife-beater".

Russia detains ex-defence reporter for treason

Moscow - A high-profile Russian journalist who became an adviser to the head of the space agency was detained for two months Tuesday on charges of treason for allegedly divulging state secrets.

Johnny Depp 'not a wife-beater', libel trial told

London - Johnny Depp strenuously denied being violent to his ex-wife Amber Heard and claimed a British tabloid article that accused him of being a "wife-beater" caused "serious harm" to his reputation, a London court was told on Tuesday.

Russian journalist avoids jail but given huge fine in 'terror' case

Pskov - A Russian journalist avoided a prison sentence on Monday but was given a $7,000 fine for "justifying terrorism" in a controversial case that sparked an outcry at home and abroad.

Russian journalist found guilty of 'justifying terrorism'

Pskov - A Russian journalist was found guilty on Monday and handed a hefty fine for "justifying terrorism" in a case that sparked an outcry among her allies at home and rights groups abroad.

Russia seeks 6 years jail for journalist in 'terror' case

Moscow - Russian prosecutors on Friday demanded that a journalist be sentenced to six years in prison for allegedly justifying terrorism in a case that has drawn outrage from supporters and rights groups.

Taiwan expels two Chinese journalists over political shows

Taipei - Taiwan expelled two mainland Chinese journalists Friday after a talk show on their channel pushed for Beijing "unifying" with the self-ruled island, in the latest sign of deteriorating ties between the two rivals.

Four in Daniel Pearl case to remain jailed in Pakistan for now

Islamabad - Pakistani authorities renewed the detention orders Thursday for four men whose convictions in the kidnapping and killing of US journalist Daniel Pearl had been overturned, meaning they will remain jailed at least three more months, an official said.

Johnny Depp libel case in UK can go ahead: judge

London - A British news group on Thursday failed in its bid to have a libel case brought by Hollywood actor Johnny Depp thrown out, paving the way for a full court hearing.

China orders four US media outlets to disclose finances, staff

Bejing - China on Wednesday ordered four US news outlets to disclose details of their staff and financial operations in the country within seven days, as a media row escalates between Washington and Beijing.

Distorted Chinese, Russian virus news takes root in West: study

London - Coronavirus misinformation spread by Russian and Chinese journalists is finding a bigger audience on social media in France and Germany than content from the European nations' own premier news outlets, according to new research.

Bolsonaro revives communications ministry in make-over

Rio De Janeiro - As even Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro himself admits, communications has not exactly been his administration's strong suit lately.

Trump denies he was briefed on Russia-Taliban bounty intelligence

Washington - US President Donald Trump denied Sunday being briefed on intelligence that reportedly showed Russia had offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing US soldiers in Afghanistan.

US tightens rules on four more Chinese state 'propaganda' outlets

Washington - The United States on Monday tightened rules on four more Chinese state media organizations, denouncing them as propaganda outlets, renewing a feud with Beijing.

US tightens rules on four more Chinese state 'propaganda' outlets

Washington - The United States on Monday changed the status of four more Chinese state media organizations, denouncing them as propaganda outlets, renewing a feud with Beijing.

India media fear pandemic finally brings end of the newspaper era

New Delhi - Indian newspapers, which just a few months ago had defied the global trend by gaining circulation, are now buckling under the weight of coronavirus losses that have killed some off and critically wounded other big names.

Top Russia newspaper editors quit, denouncing censorship

Moscow - Senior editors at Russia's most influential business newspaper quit Monday in protest against what they say is censorship while its founder accused the new owner of seeking to destroy the daily.

Top Russia newspaper editors quit, denouncing censorship

Moscow - Senior editors at Russia's leading business newspaper quit Monday in protest against what they say is censorship under new ownership, as a months-long dispute between journalists and management came to a head.

White House reporters hailed as 'information heroes'

Paris - A watchdog has hailed the White House press corps as "information heroes" alongside 30 journalists, whistleblowers and media outlets struggling against the odds to get the truth out about the coronavirus pandemic.

Fox News apologizes for chart of stock gains after black killings

Washington - Fox News has apologized for airing a graphic showing how stock markets had responded after high-profile acts of violence against black men, including the assassination of Martin Luther King Jnr and the recent killing of George Floyd.

Virus crisis piles pressure on African media

Lagos - Collapsing revenues, rising layoffs: the coronavirus crisis is battering media outlets across Africa that were already struggling for cash and often facing pressure from hostile authorities.

Cameroon army confirms journalist died in custody, denies torture

Douala - Cameroon's army on Friday confirmed anglophone journalist Samuel Wazizi died in detention last year, accusing him of associating with terrorists but denying allegations he had been tortured.

Australian newswire AAP back from brink as buyer emerges

Sydney - The Australian Associated Press appeared to have been saved from closure after the newswire's chief executive announced Friday that a sale was tentatively agreed with a philanthropic-led consortium.

Facebook labels state-controlled media posts, will block ads

San Francisco - Facebook on Thursday began labelling media organizations whose editorial calls may be under the influence of governments and said ads from those outlets would be blocked later this year.

UN rights chief condemns 'structural racism' in US

Geneva - The UN rights chief on Wednesday decried "structural racism" in the United States, and voiced alarm at the "unprecedented assault" on journalists covering protests across the country after George Floyd's death in custody.
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