Reporter puts Mourinho in a spin
16 December 2020 | 11:53 am
The pitfalls of remote working became apparent for one journalist on Tuesday (December 15) when his question to Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho was interrupted by his washing machine.
11 Jun 2021
UEFA had already approved Robert Kempe's accreditation. But German public broadcaster WDR has said Russian authorities revoked it after a "background screening."
18 Jun 2021
Jeffrey Moyo, a Zimbabwean freelance reporter for the New York Times, walks out of prison after he was granted bail three weeks following his arrest over claims he helped two foreign colleagues enter the country fraudulently. The New York Times had said at the time of Moyo's detention that the paper was "deeply concerned" by his arrest. "Jeffrey is a widely respected journalist with many years of reporting experience in Zimbabwe and his detainment raises troubling questions about the state of press freedom in Zimbabwe," it had added in a statement.
10 Jul 2021
'It's Coming Home' is a familiar line heard being sung by fans during England games, but when Denmark's keeper Kasper Schmeichel was asked by a reporter on Tuesday (July 6) how it would feel to stop 'football coming home', he replied that England had never actually won the Euros. Denmark are due to face England in the Euro 2020 semi-final on Wednesday (July 7) at Wembley in London, competing to reach the final of a competition the Danes won in 1992.
9 Jul 2021
The Netherlands is outraged over Tuesday night’s shooting of Dutch crime reporter Robert R. de Vries. The attempted murder is seen as a direct attack on freedom of the press.
31 Jul 2021
Foreign journalists reporting on the flood disaster in China have been hindered in their work by normal citizens who feel the reporters are presenting a distorted picture of the country.
22 Aug 2021
On August 19,1991, the world held its breath. A coup in Moscow sent ripples through Germany, as well. Christian F. Trippe takes a personal look back at those fateful days.
28 Dec 2021
Militias rule northeastern Congo through fear and bloodshed. The central government has little to no authority here. Mama Faida saw her own family murdered - and joined a militia to seek revenge.
7 Jun 2022
The full trial of two men charged with killing Dutch journalist Peter R. de Vries opened in Amsterdam. De Vries, one of the Netherlands' most famous crime reporters, was fatally shot dead in the street last July.
2 Oct 2022
The prominent crime reporter was gunned down in July 2021 in Amsterdam. Prosecutors suspect that a drug gang is behind the murder.
8 Oct 2022
Former DW reporter Andrei Alexandrov has been handed a 14-year prison term. Human rights activists and journalists in Belarus believe this is a clear case of revenge by Alexander Lukashenko's regime.
13 Nov 2022
The shocking murder of radio show host Percival Mabasa in the Philippines was ordered by the country's top prison officials, according to the police.
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Grammy-winning artist Usher will headline the halftime show at the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas, Nevada, the National Football League (NFL), Apple Music and label Roc Nation announced on Sunday. The 58th Super Bowl is scheduled to take place at Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11, 2024.
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Philippines and Chinese vessels face off in the South China Sea, marking the latest in a series of confrontations over competing territorial claims in the important maritime passageway.
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The White House is warning of severe economic consequences if Congress fails to pass a funding bill by an October 1 deadline. Far-right House Republicans are demanding deep spending cuts that are almost certain to be rejected by the Democratic-controlled Senate. Also in this edition: France asks its energy firms to sell fuel at cost, and Germany looks to semiconductor production to revive its flagging industrial sector.
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A year ago, Giorgia Meloni's radical right-wing Brothers of Italy party was the biggest winner in Italian parliamentary elections. What has she achieved in her first year in office?
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The French president said military cooperation with the West African nation would end and France's soldiers stationed there would return home by the end of the year.
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The UN chief has called it an epidemic of coups. In Africa, since 2020, military officers have seized power, or attempted to do so, in numerous sub-Saharan countries. Just in the last two and a half months, soldiers in Gabon announced a takeover of power, while in Niger, members of the presidential guard detained President Mohamed Bazoum and announced that they were seizing power.