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Epoch Times defiant after Hong Kong printing press attacked

Fpo - A Hong Kong newspaper linked to a spiritual group banned in China said Tuesday it would "never back down" after a gang of sledgehammer-wielding men damaged its printing presses.

Myanmar youth fight internet outages with underground newsletter

Yangon - Myanmar youth are fighting the junta's internet shutdown and information suppression with an explosive underground printed newsletter they are secretly distributing across communities.

Greek PM demands swift probe into journalist's murder

Athens - Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Saturday called for the "swift resolution" of a probe into a crime journalist's shock murder, condemned by leading EU officials, political parties and unions.

Crime reporter's murder shocks Greece

Athens - A veteran Greek crime reporter was gunned down outside his Athens home on Friday, officials said, shocking the country where media killings are rare. Giorgos Karaivaz, who worked for private TV station Star and also ran the news blog bloko.

Tanzanian president says 'not proper' to ignore Covid-19

Dar Es Salaam - Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan said Tuesday it was "not proper to ignore" the coronavirus pandemic, in a broad speech outlining several key policy shifts from her late Covid-sceptic predecessor.

Jordan bans reporting on plot, labels palace feud a family affair

Apo - Jordan sought to throw a veil Tuesday over its public palace feud by ordering its media to stop reporting on an alleged plot the government says involves the half-brother of King Abdullah II.

Pro-Kremlin media scramble to dismiss Navalny health complaints

Moscow - Pro-Kremlin media on Friday launched an offensive against jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny aiming to disprove his complaints of mistreatment and lack of medical attention at his penal colony.

BBC reporter leaves China, says 'too risky to carry on'

Bejing - A senior BBC correspondent said Wednesday he had left China for Taiwan, after facing legal threats and pressure from authorities over his reporting on Xinjiang rights abuses and the coronavirus pandemic.

Netflix, 'Lupin' and EU rules spark a TV revolution

Apo - "Lupin", a French reboot set in postcard Paris, has made Omar Sy a global star and fulfilled a long-lost dream for Europeans: the confidence to take on Hollywood.

Russian newspaper fights on despite threats and attacks

Moscow - Captured on a CCTV camera late at night, a man on a bicycle with a food delivery backpack approaches the offices of Novaya Gazeta, Russia's leading independent newspaper.

Bolsonaro ordered to pay compensation to journalist

Rio De Janeiro - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been ordered to pay compensation to a journalist for making degrading remarks against her, according to a court document obtained by AFP on Saturday.

Turkish ex-police chiefs jailed for journalist murder

Istanbul - An Istanbul court on Friday handed life sentences to two former police chiefs and two top ex-security officers over the gangland-style killing of a high-profile Turkish-Armenian journalist who promoted cross-cultural ties.

Turkish ex-police chiefs jailed for journalist murder

Istanbul - Turkish judges on Friday handed life sentences to two former police chiefs and two top ex-security officers over the 2007 killing of a Turkish-Armenian journalist, local media reported.

Amber Heard 'vindicated' as UK court rejects Johnny Depp appeal

London - Actress Amber Heard and British tabloid The Sun said they were vindicated after a UK court on Thursday refused Johnny Depp the right to appeal against a ruling that he was a wife-beater.

Hong Kong journalist on trial over database search for mob attack probe

Fpo - An award-winning Hong Kong journalist went on trial on Wednesday for accessing car ownership details on official databases during an investigation into the perpetrators of an attack on democracy supporters by government loyalists.

Hopes for free media dashed in post-Kadhafi Libya

Tripoli - A decade after the fall of Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi and the end of his regime's stranglehold on information, hopes for a free media remain a mirage.

Ex-aide to former Malta PM charged with corruption: court

Valletta - A top aide to former Maltese prime minister Joseph Muscat accused of graft by journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, whose brutal murder rocked the nation, was charged Saturday with money laundering and fraud.

The golden ear-a of audio

Paris - Audio stimulates our brains more powerfully than video, and slots neatly into our new patterns of voracious cultural consumption -- making this a revolutionary time for aural entertainment.

Chechen police complain to Putin over 'vile' newspaper

Moscow - A special forces unit in Chechnya has called on President Vladimir Putin for protection against "vile attacks" from independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta whose reporters have documented rights abuses in the republic.

Chechen police complain to Putin over 'vile' newspaper

Moscow - A special forces unit in Chechnya has called on President Vladimir Putin for protection against "vile attacks" from independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta whose reporters have documented rights abuses in the republic.

Depp lawyers cast doubt on Heard testimony at UK hearing

London - Lawyers hoping to overturn a high-profile libel ruling against Jonny Depp looked to cast doubt on testimony given by his ex-wife Amber Heard, as they sought permission to appeal against last year's UK court decision.

News Corp strikes content deal with Facebook in Australia

Sydney - Rupert Murdoch's News Corp on Tuesday announced a three-year content deal with Facebook in Australia, weeks after Canberra introduced laws forcing digital platforms to pay for news.

Strange Twitter bug bans users for mentioning 'Memphis'

San Francisco - Twitter users who used the word "Memphis" found themselves temporarily locked out of their accounts at the weekend because of a bizarre bug.

Baltimore Sun deal sets up major test for nonprofit news model

Baltimore - After years of staff cuts, shrinking budgets and declining readership, the Baltimore Sun finally has some good news to report about itself: a deal for a new nonprofit group to take over, and potentially revive the struggling newspaper.

Palace hand-wringing sparks media soul-searching in UK

London - For all the anguished talk of a reckoning on racism for Britain's royal family, so far it is the media bearing the brunt most noticeably, with two high-profile departures.

Russia disrupting Twitter over 'illegal' content

Moscow - Russia said Wednesday it planned to slow down Twitter for users in the country over what it said was the social media platform's failure to remove "illegal" content.

Afghan women leave journalism in droves as violence soars

Kabul - Nearly 20 percent of Afghan women journalists have quit or lost their jobs in the past six months, a media watchdog group said Monday, as a wave of murders targeting the press has intensified in the war-torn country.

Australian public TV suspends use of China state media shows

Sydney - Australian public broadcaster SBS said it would stop using content from Chinese state-run television Friday, pending a review of serious human rights concerns.

'Nobody is safe anymore': Afghans in shock after three female media workers killed

Jalalabad - Outrage rippled through Afghanistan Wednesday as funerals were held for three female media workers gunned down in the eastern city of Jalalabad, with insurgent violence increasing as peace talks stall.

Four media workers freed after being held in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa - Four media workers recently arrested in Ethiopia's conflict-hit Tigray region were freed Wednesday, said a translator working for AFP who was part of the group held."They let us out today. They didn't say anything about why they let us go.
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