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Report: US joins ranks of world's most dangerous places for journalists for first time

The U.S. Pat. which ranked one of the deadliest countries for journalists in 2018 for the first time in an annual report from Reporters Without Borders. ranked sixth among the most-lethal countries for journalists behind Afghanistan, Syria, Mexico, Yemen and India, in that order. Six journalists were killed in the U.S. this year. Four journalists, as well as a sales …

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Police in Nicaragua beat up journalists, reports

Image copyright AFP / Getty Images Caption The riot police evicted journalists gathering outside a police station in Managua The Nicaraguan police beat several journalists protesting against previous raids in their offices, according to reports. They said this happened when the reporters gathered in front of a police station in the capital, Managua, and said the raids were illegal. The …

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The police in Malta identify alleged journalists at homicide commissaries: Report

VALLETTA (Reuters) – Investigators have identified a group of at least three Maltese citizens who, according to them, presented the assassination of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia 13 months ago, the Sunday Times of Malta reported Sunday. They did not reveal their names, but quoted high-ranking officers leading the murder investigation, saying their investigation was "at a very advanced stage." …

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CNN News Fox News: "Passports for White House Journalists Working Were Never to Be Armed"

CNN sues White House for not approving Jim Acosta The network argues that canceling Acosta's pass violates the constitutional right to press freedom; The White House promises a fight and accuses Acosta of acting unprofessionally. Fox News announced Wednesday that it supports CNN's efforts to restore Jim Acosta's White House after the network filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration. …

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Jamal Khashoggi Investigation: CIA Director Gina Haspel heard an alleged record of the murder of Saudi journalists

CIA Director Gina Hapsel has heard the alleged tone that Turkey allegedly alleged Jamal Khashoggi's killing two sources have told CBS News. Haspel, who visited Turkey earlier this week, was to inform President Trump about her investigation into the death of the Saudi journalist. Turkish officials have leaked details of an alleged record from Khashoggi, which apparently proves he was …

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Jamal Khashoggi: US announces sanctions against Saudis in response to the killing of journalists

Tamer El-Ghobashy Baghdad bureau chief focusing on Iraqi politics, security and the fight against the Islamic State Chico Harlan Rome bureau chief for Southern Europe and sometimes parts of it John Hudson [19659004] National Security Reporter focusing on the State Department and diplomacy. 23rd October at 17:25 ISTANBUL – US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced Tuesday that the …

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Jamal Khashoggi: Saudis discussed plans to lure journalists to Saudi Arabia

Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist and critic of the regime, has been missing for more than a week after he went to the Saudi Consulate General in Istanbul to receive wedding papers. Turkish officials privately believe that he was killed in the consulate, a claim rejected by Saudi Arabia. The officer said it was unclear whether the original plan would …

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With the arrest in the killing of journalists, Bulgaria contradicts the political motive

SOFIA, Bulgaria – A man was arrested in Germany and charged with the rape and murder of a Bulgarian journalist. The authorities in Bulgaria announced on Wednesday that there was no evidence that she had been killed for her work. The man suspected of attacking and killing journalist Viktoria Marinova was identified as Severin Krasimirov, a 20-year-old with a small …

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Viktoria Marinova: Arrest for the murder of Bulgarian journalists

Image copyright EPA / TVN RUSE Caption Ms. Marinova is the third high-profile journalist killed in the EU this year A man was arrested in Germany in connection with the rape and murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova According to Bulgarian officials, a man named Severin Krasimirov was arrested at his request. The Minister of Interior of the country, Mladen …

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