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Iraq radio show finds talent amid rubble of Mosul

Arbil - It's a radio talent contest with a mission: showcasing the skills of Mosul's youth after years of jihadist rule and a months-long battle for the city.

Iraq radio show finds talent amid rubble of Mosul

Arbil - It's a radio talent contest with a mission: showcasing the skills of Mosul's youth after years of jihadist rule and a months-long battle for the city.

Republican congressional candidate cited for 'bodyslamming' reporter

Washington - A Republican running for Congress in Montana was cited for misdemeanor assault after he allegedly "bodyslammed" a reporter for The Guardian newspaper Wednesday on the eve of the state's hotly contested vote.

Republican congressional candidate cited for 'bodyslamming' reporter

Washington - A Republican running for Congress in Montana was cited for misdemeanor assault after he allegedly "bodyslammed" a reporter for The Guardian newspaper Wednesday on the eve of the state's hotly contested vote.

Republican congressional candidate cited for 'bodyslamming' reporter

Washington - A Republican running for Congress in Montana was cited for misdemeanor assault after he allegedly "bodyslammed" a reporter for The Guardian newspaper Wednesday on the eve of the state's hotly contested vote.

'Foreign invaders' threaten struggling Australian media

Sydney - Australia's role as a testing ground for global media giants such as the New York Times, Daily Mail and the Guardian could hasten the decline of embattled local players as they fight for eyeballs and advertising dollars, analysts warn.

Weekly vows to keep probing Mexico cartels even after reporter's death

Culiac - Despite the threats and the murder of colleague Javier Valdez, the weekly Riodoce plans to continue its role as a leader in investigating drug trafficking in Mexico.

'Malta Files' contain no secrets, says PM

Valletta - There are no secrets to be found in the "Malta Files", a cache of leaked documents being pored over by European newspapers, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat insisted Saturday.

Macron faces early tensions with French media

Paris - The French presidency attempted to defuse early tensions with the media on Friday after handpicking journalists to accompany newly elected Emmanuel Macron on a trip to west Africa.

Turkey targets opposition daily suspecting links to coup bid

Ankara - Turkish authorities targeted Friday opposition daily Sozcu, seeking the arrest of the owner and detaining two employees as the crackdown on opposition media widened.

Julian Assange: WikiLeaks' fugitive anti-hero

London - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who had a rape investigation against him in Sweden dropped by prosecutors on Friday, has lived in Ecuador's embassy in London for nearly five years to avoid arrest.

Turkey seeks arrest of owner, 3 staff of opposition daily: report

Ankara - Turkish authorities issued arrest warrants on Friday for the owner and three employees of opposition daily Sozcu, state media reported, as the crackdown on opposition media widened.

Mexico reporters mourn brave murdered mentor

Culiac - Crime reporter Javier Valdez's murder has silenced one media voice in Mexico's ganglands -- but he inspired a generation of journalists who are remembering his teachings as they mourn him.

Fox News co-founder Roger Ailes dies at age 77

New York - Roger Ailes, who led a revival of conservative American politics at the helm of the powerful Fox News media empire until he was forced out in a sexual harassment scandal, has died, the network announced Thursday.

Mexico president vows to protect journalists

Mexico - Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto promised Wednesday to better protect journalists after the killing of a renowned reporter who wrote about drug gangs sparked international outrage.

Journalist killings unpunished in Mexico: campaigners

Mexico - Journalists are being shot dead in broad daylight in Mexico and the killers are going unpunished, rights groups said after prominent reporter Javier Valdez became the fifth such victim this year.

Funeral for slain Mexican reporter amid demands for justice

Culiac - Friends and family have paid their final respects to slain journalist Javier Valdez, who apparently paid with his life for his award-winning reporting on the country's violent drug gangs.

White House fumes after Moscow releases Trump meeting photos

Washington - Donald Trump's administration was left red-faced Thursday after the Moscow surprised it by releasing pictures of a closed-door meeting between the US president and Russia's top diplomat.

Turkey seeks arrest of 2 historians 'for insulting Ataturk'

Istanbul - Turkish authorities on Thursday issued arrest warrants for two historians accused of insulting the memory of Turkey's modern founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in a televised debate and social media.

World's first streaming stick for kids launched by PBS

PBS KIDS has unveiled the first HDMI TV streaming stick aimed specifically at children. Moulded in the shape of a racing car and featuring bright green colours, the device comes preloaded with digital games, videos and sing-along songs for young children.

Macron victory: The verdict of the world's media

Paris - The world's media largely hailed the thumping victory of pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron in France's presidential election on Sunday, but sounded a note of caution about the task ahead.

'Fake news' war stokes Venezuela's deadly crisis

Caracas - "President flees into exile... Opposition leader murdered... President appears dancing... Opposition leader says: 'I'm alive!

Pro-Kremlin media to sue France's Macron: official

Moscow - Russia's state-funded RT television and Sputnik news agency plan to sue French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron over accusations they mounted a smear campaign against him, the chief editor of RT and Sputnik, Margarita Simonyan said Friday.

Blank space replaces NY Times article criticising Pakistani army

Islamabad - An International New York Times opinion piece criticising the powerful Pakistani army was censored by its local publisher Friday, replaced by a blank space in a country where it can be dangerous to speak out against the military establishment.

Cartoonists 'first victims' of crackdowns on press

Paris - Ten countries including Russia, Turkey and India have been condemned for censoring, locking up or threatening cartoonists in a new report published Friday.

Exhibition of AFP migrant crisis photos opens in Brussels

Brussels - An exhibition showcasing the work of Agence France-Presse photographers who have documented the hope and heartbreak of Europe's migration crisis opened in Brussels on Wednesday.

Royals seek 1.5 mn euros in damages over topless Kate pics

Paris - Britain's royals are seeking 1.5 million euros in damages over the publication of topless photographs of Prince William's wife Kate, it emerged Tuesday on the opening day of the trial of six media representatives for invasion of privacy.

Europe media independence faces rising threats: watchdog

Strasbourg - The Council of Europe added its voice Tuesday to global concern over press freedom, saying that European public broadcasters and their regulators face increasing threats to their independence.

Trial to open in France over Kate topless sunbathing photos

Paris - Six media representatives will go on trial Tuesday over the publication of long-lens photographs of Prince William's wife Kate sunbathing topless in France that caused a scandal in Britain.

Macron banishes pro-Kremlin media from campaign trail

Paris - French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron's campaign has banished Russia Today and Sputnik, denying them accreditation after the candidate's team said the pro-Kremlin outlets publish misleading information.
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