France 24 cuts ties with journalist over 'anti-Semitic' tweets
France 24's action follows a report by CAMERA, a pro-Israeli NGO in the United States, showing messages by the four journalists that it described as anti-Semitic
‘Shouts of boys, girls enduring torturer fill prisons’: How Iran is coaxing out false confessions
Jailed activist Sepideh Qolian has detailed in a letter about the brutal treatment that her fellow inmates and she have had to withstand inside an Iranian prison
Who is JR Moehringer, the ghostwriter for Prince Harry's controversial book ‘Spare’?
US-based journalist and author John Joseph Moehringer was asked to write Harry’s 416-page telling memoir titled 'Spare' which was released today. The 58-year-old won the Pulitzer Prize in 2000 for his article 'Crossing Over'
Joseph Nathan: The journalist who was responsible for getting Charles Sobhraj caught in Nepal
Charles Sobhraj was playing baccarat in a Kathmandu casino one night in 2003 when Indian journalist Joseph Nathan happened to recognise him. Sobhraj was arrested and imprisoned as a result of his 'Himalayan Times' article
US journalist Grant Wahl dies of ruptured aortic aneurysm during FIFA World Cup 2022: What is this ‘silent killer'?
Prominent football journalist Grant Wahl died from a ruptured aortic aneurysm on 9 December while covering the quarterfinals of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. A ruptured ascending aortic aneurysm is hard to detect. People with high-blood pressure and a smoking past are more prone to this condition
Kerala: Stay on order against IAS officer for journalist's death in accident case
Justice Ziyad Rahman A A stayed for two months the order of the Sessions Court here, while accepting a criminal revision petition filed by the State government.
Donald Trump announces 2024 White House bid: How the media can cover his presidency campaign responsibly
Now that Donald Trump is running for US president in 2024, journalists cannot follow the usual rules for covering a candidate who routinely defies democratic norms and lies with abandon
Did Rana Ayyub siphon off COVID-19 donations? The money laundering case against the journalist
The Enforcement Directorate has filed a chargesheet against Rana Ayyub, alleging that she had collected Rs 2.69 crore for three different causes, including COVID-19 relief, but diverted the funds for personal use
Explained: The ‘character certificate’ controversy around PM Modi’s Himachal Pradesh visit
Bilaspur authorities demanded that journalists produce ‘character certificates’ before they are issued passes, which allow them to cover Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally and meet tomorrow. The notice was withdrawn after outrage from the media and attacks from the Opposition
Iran steps up arrests of activists, journalist in crackdown as Mahsa Amini protests rage
The arrests come on top of severe internet restrictions and blocking of sites, including Instagram and WhatsApp, which activists say is aimed at preventing details of the protests from reaching the outside world
Who is Giorgia Meloni, the first far-right leader in Italy since Mussolini?
Giorgia Meloni has been accused of being a political provocateur. A proud nationalist, her policy stances stress anti-immigration positions and the protection of Italy from 'Islamisation'
Israeli army says 'high probability' of soldier mistakenly killing Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
The conclusions were unlikely to put to rest an issue that has worsened what already were badly-strained relations between Israel and the Palestinians. Both Palestinian officials and Abu Akleh's family accused the army of evading responsibility for her killing
Pakistan: Senior journalist Ayaz Amir assaulted by unidentified men day after he called the army 'property dealers'
Amir referred to the Army generals as 'property dealers' and even suggested removing the portraits of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal and replacing them with the 'property dealers'
Single bullet fired by Israeli forces killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh instantly: UN
The UN rights office inspected photo, video and audio material, visited the scene, consulted experts, reviewed official communications and interviewed witnesses before concluding the investigation
Journalist shot at by unidentified assailant in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh
The journalist was rushed to Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Hospital
Slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to be buried as Palestinians reject joint probe
Israel has publicly called for a joint probe and stressed the need for Palestinian authorities to hand over the fatal bullet for forensic examination. However, according to Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, the proposal has been rejected
Slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was an icon of Palestinian coverage
Abu Akleh became a household name synonymous with Al Jazeera's coverage of life under occupation during her more than two decades reporting in the Palestinian territories
US urges transparent probe into Al Jazeera journalist's killing during Israeli raid in West Bank
The Qatar-based Al Jazeera TV channel charged that Israeli forces deliberately and 'in cold blood' shot veteran reporter Abu Akleh, 51, in the head during the unrest in the Jenin refugee camp
Al Jazeera journalist covering raid on Jenin refugee camp hit by bullet, dies
Al Jazeera and the Palestinian health ministry confirmed the death of veteran journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh, a prominent figure in the channel's Arabic news service
Journalists stripped, detained by police for reporting on BJP MLA in Madhya Pradesh
Local YouTube journalist Kanishk Tiwari has alleged that in-charge of the Kotwali police station, Abhishek Singh Parihar, clicked their picture and made it go viral