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NKorea allows journalists from Sweden to stop the nuclear test

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – Seoul says North Korea has allowed South Korean journalists to join the small group of foreign media to allow for the dismantling of its nuclear test site. North Korea had not previously allowed South Korean journalists in the country to attend the event, which raises concerns about the prospect of recently improved ties. Their exclusion …

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Myanmar journalists say government failing to protect

By Thu Thu Aung YANGON (Reuters) – Journalists in Myanmar believe their government is failing to defend themselves against the transition from harsh military rule to elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, according to a survey published to Activist group Free Expression Journalists are frustrated.

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8 out of 25 journalists were killed in Kabul

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – The Latest on Violence in Afghanistan (All Local Times): 12:45 pm An Afghan media warden says eight Afghan journalists were killed in the suicide bombings this morning Kabul, which claimed at least 25 lives A statement by the Afghan journalists' security committee said that six Monday attacks had been violated during Monday's attacks. The group condemned …

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The Turkish court sentences 14 journalists and newspaper clerks to prison terms

Murat Sabuncu, editor-in-chief of Cumhuriyet newspaper, smiles after being released from the prison complex in Silivri, Turkey in March. A Turkish court sentenced Murat Sabuncu along with journalists and other senior newspaper officials to terrorist attacks Wednesday. (Cemil Özdemir / AP) ISTANBUL – A Turkish court on Wednesday imposed jail sentences against a group of journalists and collaborators working for …

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Turkey hands prison sentences to journalists

Silivri (Turkey) (AFP) – A Turkish court on Wednesday condemned journalists from the opposition daily Cumhuriyet for helping outlawed "terrorist" organizations, but the editors remained defiant and did not swear their "honorable" journalism. Cumhuriyet – which simply means "republic" – was founded in 1924 after the founding of the Turkish Republic in 1923. The daily sharply criticized President Recep Tayyip …

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Israeli criticism of journalists on the Gaza border is in conflict with video

Jerusalem (AFP) – Israel's military has suggested a photo it has distributed shows journalists willingly be used as human shields by Palestinian militants during recent protests, but video and one witness from the incident tell another story Story. [196592002] The military has taken a picture of protests and clashes on April 13 at the Gaza Strip border. An army spokesman …

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Reuters journalists, including Pinoy, win Pulitzer for drug war stories

BANNER STORIES The Inquirer ran the Reuters series on November 29, 2017 and December 21, 2017 as banner stories. Three reporters at Reuters news agency – Filipino Manuel Mogato, American Claire Baldwin and Brit Andrew R.C. Marshall – Won a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for its Report on the Brutal Drug War in the Philippines According to the Pulitzer …

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Marxist rebels killed journalists and drivers, says Ecuador's president

The group that killed the journalists, the Oliver Sinisterra Front, is one such faction, presumably led by a former FARC commander named "El Guacho," who leads several dozen rebels in the Colombian jungle. Photo Family and friends protested Friday after confirming the murders. Credit José Jácome / EPA-EFE, via Shutterstock According to El Comercio, the journalists and their driver were …

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The court in Myanmar rejects the release of journalists investigating the Rohingya crisis

. 11 April 2018 6:40 pm ET A court in Myanmar refused to file lawsuits against two Reuters journalists on Wednesday for their coverage of the Rohingya crisis on Wednesday, underscoring the country's increasingly problematic democratization. The case against reporters Wa lonely and Kyaw Soe Oo is a microcosm of the deterioration of press freedom, as Myanmar's military has displaced …

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Reuters journalists are being tried in Myanmar

By contrast, Mr. Wa Lone and Mr. Kyaw Soe Oo are under the secret service law from the colonial era up to 14 years in prison. "Why are soldiers convicted of murder sentenced to 10 years? We journalists who exposed the murder are facing 14 years in jail?" Mr. Wa Lone asked a group of supporters and reporters as he …

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