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Parents of US reporter missing in Syria urge captors to reach out

Birut - The parents of Austin Tice, a freelance reporter who went missing in Syria nearly five years ago, urged their son's captors on Thursday for "another chance" to negotiate his release.

Young people trust less, but still happy: study

New York - Young people's trust in key figures such as politicians and religious leaders has fallen sharply over the past five years but they remain largely happy, a global study said Thursday.

Iran front pages mourn trailblazing female mathematician

Tehran - Iranian media have hailed trailblazing Iran-born mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani following her death from cancer, with her image blazoned across newspaper front pages on Sunday.

French court bans 'obscene' Nice attack photos

Paris - A French court Thursday banned a magazine from republishing images from last year's Bastille Day attack that killed 86 people in Nice, but ignored calls to pull the issue from news stands.

Prosecutor seeks pulling of Paris Match over Nice attack pictures

Paris - The Paris prosecutor on Thursday demanded the withdrawal of the current edition of Paris Match which contains images from last year's Bastille Day attack that killed 86 people in Nice.

Honduran journalist murdered in Mexico, 7th of 2017

Campeche - A Honduran journalist who sought asylum in Mexico after a colleague he collaborated with was murdered has been killed in the violent state of Veracruz, authorities and activists said.

Two Iraqi journalists killed in village south of Mosul

Baghdad - Two Iraqi television journalists were killed by the Islamic State group while two others were trapped Friday in the same village south of Mosul but were later rescued by security forces.

European news agencies team up for EU data project

Paris - Three European news agencies including Agence France-Presse (AFP) have teamed up to create a new website called the European Data News Hub which offers free media content about the European Union.The site www.ednh.

BBC announces £34m fund to resist Netflix's popularity with kids

The BBC has announced a new £34 million investment in digital content as it plans to fend off competition from Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. The broadcaster is focusing on children, claiming UK youth are influenced by American tech giants.

In tweeted video, Trump knocks down, beats up 'CNN'

Washington - US President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack on the news media Sunday by tweeting a video -- bizarre even by his standards -- showing him knocking down and beating a professional wrestling "villain" whose face had been replaced by a CNN logo.

Trump tweets video of him knocking down, beating 'CNN'

Washington - US President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack on the news media Sunday by tweeting a video -- bizarre even by his standards -- showing him knocking down and beating a professional wrestling "villain" whose face had been replaced by a CNN logo.

Call to close Al-Jazeera 'unacceptable attack' on free speech: UN

Geneva - The UN voiced outrage Friday at the demand from Gulf countries that Qatar-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera shut down, describing it as "an unacceptable attack on the right to freedom of expression and opinion.

Trump in brutal 'facelift' attack on female journalist

Washington - Donald Trump unleashed a brutal personal attack Thursday on respected female television host Mika Brzezinski in the latest, stunning salvo in the president's ongoing war with the media.

Trump launches personal attack on 'crazy, low IQ' female journalist

Washington - President Donald Trump on Thursday launched a brutal personal attack on MSNBC journalist Mika Brzezinski, after she sharply criticized his administration's dysfunction in a segment on her show.

Mexican journalists cry 'SOS' after 6th colleague murdered

Morelia - Mexican journalists protested Wednesday after a colleague's charred body was found -- the sixth murder of a reporter this year in one of the world's most dangerous countries for the media.

Google News redesign brings a cleaner look and more fact checking

Google has announced a long-overdue overhaul of Google News on the web. The completely redesigned desktop site is more spacious and modern, featuring an upgraded sidebar, new personalisation options and emphasised "Fact Check" tags.

Myanmar journalists charged, held in jail for covering armed group

Yangon - Myanmar on Wednesday charged three journalists for reporting on an armed ethnic group in a case that has fuelled alarm at the erosion of press freedom.

Mexico used 'tools of tyranny' to spy on journalists, says top reporter

Mexico - Forty minutes into an interview, noted Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui picks up her phone and jokingly greets the government agents she alleges have been spying on her."Hello? Interior ministry?... Thanks for listening!

Slain Mexican journalist's family demands new probe

Morelia - Family and colleagues of slain Mexican journalist Salvador Adame demanded a new investigation Tuesday, insisting authorities examine his reporting as a possible motive.

CNN journalists resign after Trump-Russia article pulled

New York - Three CNN journalists have resigned following the retraction of an article that claimed the US Congress was investigating links between members of Donald Trump's administration and a Russian investment fund.

Fears for three Myanmar journalists taken by military

Yangon - Fears were mounting on Tuesday for three Myanmar journalists who are being interrogated by the military after they were detained under a restrictive junta-era law for reporting on an ethnic armed group.

Mexico to ask FBI for help in journalist spying probe

Mexico - The Mexican attorney general's office said it would ask the US Federal Bureau of Investigation for help probing allegations that the government spied on journalists and activists.

Kidnapped journalist found dead in Mexico, sixth of 2017

Mexico - Police in Mexico found the burned remains of a journalist who was kidnapped in May, the sixth reporter killed this year in the country, a state prosecutor said Monday.

Kidnapped journalist found dead in Mexico: prosecutor

Mexico - Police in Mexico found the burned remains of a journalist who was kidnapped in May, the sixth reporter killed this year in the country, a state prosecutor said Monday.

Vietnamese-French dissident blogger deported to France

Paris - A Vietnamese dissident blogger with dual French citizenship arrived in Paris on Sunday after he was stripped of his birth nationality by authorities in the one-party state and deported.

Vietnamese-French dissident blogger deported to France

Paris - A Vietnamese dissident blogger with dual French citizenship arrived in Paris on Sunday after he was stripped of his birth nationality by authorities in the one-party state and deported.

Vietnamese-French dissident blogger deported to France

Paris - A Vietnamese dissident blogger with dual French citizenship arrived in Paris on Sunday after he was stripped of his birth nationality by authorities in the one-party state and deported.

Vietnamese-French dissident blogger deported to France

Hanoi - A Vietnamese blogger with French citizenship has been deported to Paris, the wife of the former political prisoner said Sunday, in a rare move by authorities in the one-party state.

Vietnamese-French dissident blogger deported to France

Hanoi - A Vietnamese blogger with French citizenship has been deported to Paris, the wife of the former political prisoner said Sunday, in a rare move by authorities in the one-party state.

Vietnamese-French dissident blogger deported to France

Hanoi - A Vietnamese blogger with French citizenship has been deported to Paris, the wife of the former political prisoner said Sunday, in a rare move by authorities in the one-party state.
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