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German secret service spied on global media: report

Berlin - Germany's foreign intelligence service BND long spied on journalists of the BBC, The New York Times, Reuters and other media, news weekly Der Spiegel reported Friday.

Report 'seriously' on Sweden, king tells global media

Stockholm - Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf has urged news organisations to report objectively on the Nordic nation, after US President Donald Trump drew attention to the country's immigration challenges.

BBC journalist faces five years jail for Thailand reporting

Bangkok - A British journalist with the BBC faces up to five years in a Thai jail after a lawyer brought a criminal defamation case against him over an investigation into fraud on a popular tourist island.

BBC journalist faces five years jail for Thailand reporting

Bangkok - A British journalist with the BBC faces up to five years in a Thai jail after a lawyer brought a criminal defamation case against him over an investigation into fraud on a popular tourist island.

BBC journalist faces five years jail for Thailand reporting

Bangkok - A British journalist with the BBC faces up to five years in a Thai jail after a lawyer brought a criminal defamation case against him over an investigation into fraud on a popular tourist island.

Palestinian journalist released after 10 months in Israel jail

Jerusalem - A senior Palestinian journalist has been released after 10 months in an Israeli jail without charge, he told AFP on Tuesday.

Tech tools gain traction amid Trump war on leaks

Washington - As President Donald Trump warns of a crackdown on US government leaks to media, interest is growing in technology tools that allow sources to share information anonymously.

Lithuania probes fake German troops rape claim

Vilnius - Lithuanian prosecutors said Friday they had opened a probe into who was responsible for spreading false allegations of a rape committed by German troops freshly deployed to the Baltic NATO state.

Lithuania probes fake German troops rape claim

Vilnius - Lithuanian prosecutors said Friday they had opened a probe into who was responsible for spreading false allegations of a rape committed by German troops freshly deployed to the Baltic NATO state.

Lithuania probes fake German troops rape claim

Vilnius - Lithuanian prosecutors said Friday they had opened a probe into who was responsible for spreading false allegations of a rape committed by German troops freshly deployed to the Baltic NATO state.

Kim Jong-Nam sought N. Korea reform: Japanese author

Toukyo - The assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un was a courageous man who sought to reform his country, a Japanese journalist who wrote a book about him said Friday.

Kim Jong-Nam sought N. Korea reform: Japanese author

Toukyo - The assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un was a courageous man who sought to reform his country, a Japanese journalist who wrote a book about him said Friday.

Brazil judge overturns 'censorship' of newspaper

Rio De Janeiro - A Brazilian judge on Wednesday overturned a ruling that barred leading newspapers from publishing reports on an extortion attempt against President Michel Temer's wife.

Image of 'hatred of our times' wins World Press Photo

Den Haag - Brandishing a gun, his face contorted with rage, the shocking image of an off-duty Turkish policeman assassinating the Russian envoy to Turkey Monday won the prestigious World Press Photo Award.

Turmoil grows over White House correspondents' dinner

Washington - It is supposed to be a light-hearted gathering of journalists, celebrities and the president, where differences are put aside for good-natured jibes.

With fake news on rise, Czech unit targets Russia

Prague - A Czech unit fighting fake news ahead of elections has scored an early success -- debunking online footage that purported to show Muslim migrants attempting to rape a young girl.

Illegal piracy-enabling Kodi streaming boxes seized by police

Five traders have been arrested for allegedly modifying Kodi streaming boxes that let you watch subscription TV channels for free. The set-top boxes were sold online for profit before the operation was closed down by copyright theft enforcement agents.

Melania Trump suit alleges escort claims cost her 'millions'

Washington - America's first lady Melania Trump has relaunched a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the Daily Mail Online, claiming that the publication prevented her from reaping the "once-in-a-lifetime" windfall to be had as a business lady married to the presid...

Mother of dead backpacker slams Trump's 'terror list'

Sydney - The mother of a backpacker killed in Australia has slammed Donald Trump for including the stabbing death on a list of supposedly under-reported terrorist attacks, claiming the president was using her daughter to demonise Muslims.

Mother of dead backpacker slams Trump's 'terror list'

Sydney - The mother of a backpacker killed in Australia has slammed Donald Trump for including the stabbing death on a list of supposedly under-reported terrorist attacks, claiming the president was using her daughter to demonise Muslims.

Mother of dead backpacker slams Trump's 'terror list'

Sydney - The mother of a backpacker killed in Australia has slammed Donald Trump for including the stabbing death on a list of supposedly under-reported terrorist attacks, claiming the president was using her daughter to demonise Muslims.

Dutch anti-Islam MP sparks fake news row

Den Haag - Dutch anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders triggered a row over fake news Monday with a biting Twitter message showing a Photoshopped picture of another party leader surrounded by radical Islamists.

Trump beheading Statue of Liberty cover sparks criticism

Berlin - German news magazine Der Spiegel sparked controversy Saturday with a cover depicting US President Donald Trump holding the severed head of the Statue of Liberty in one hand and a bloodied knife in the other.

Hockney touches up tabloid logo ahead of retrospective

London - British artist David Hockney has turned his digital hand to Friday's masthead of The Sun, telling the tabloid of his painting and smoking habits ahead of a retrospective in London.

Greece's best-selling daily to cease publication due to debts

Atenas - Two historic Greek newspapers, including the country's best-selling daily, will cease publication, the debt-ridden Lambrakis Press Group announced on Saturday.

Trump attacks media again in early morning Twitter blast

Washington - President Donald Trump attacked two major US newspapers in a Twitter blast on a busy Saturday when he was scheduled to speak with five world leaders, including Russia's Vladimir Putin.

French inquiry widens into wife of presidential hopeful

Paris - French investigators have searched the offices of a magazine as part of a widening inquiry into whether presidential candidate Francois Fillon's wife was paid for allegedly fictitious jobs, sources told AFP Saturday.

US 'resistance' movement coalesces... on Twitter

Washington - A social media "resistance" movement is taking shape against the Trump administration, inspired by the new president's efforts to control information.

Writers' group warns Turkey not to 'silence' criticism ahead of poll

Istanbul - The Turkish government is using a state of emergency to silence opposition ahead of a referendum on constitutional changes to expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, writers' group and free speech campaigner PEN said Friday.

Journalist on trial for bringing child migrant to Sweden

Malm - "Take me with you!" pleads Abed, a teenage Syrian migrant. Swedish journalist Fredrik Onnevall is stunned but after wrestling with his conscience, agrees. On Thursday he goes on trial for human trafficking.It's the spring of 2014.
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