Court rule on Agba Jaligo's bail application on Friday
The Federal High Court in Calabar will on Friday rule on whether Journalist and Right Activist Agba Jalingo will be granted bail or remain in custody.
Kashmir lockdown hinders journalists from flying abroad
India-administered Kashmir has been under a strict lockdown in recent weeks after New Delhi revoked the region's special status. A Kashmiri journalist has now been prevented by authorities from flying abroad.
SoftBank creates 'AI revolution' fund without Saudi cash
SoftBank has apparently dropped Saudi Arabia as an investor for its new fund after the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. It has vowed to accelerate the "AI revolution" through investment in leading companies.
Threatened journalists in Mexico
Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists. Reporter Dulcina Parra was kidnapped and barely escaped murder. She reports again and again on cases of corruption and the machinations of the powerful drug cartels.
Jamal Khashoggi: UN finds 'credible evidence' linking Saudi crown prince to murder
Earlier this year, the UN said that Khashoggi was "the victim of a brutal and premeditated" murder, "planned and perpetrated" by Saudi officials. The journalist was allegedly strangled in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Major Russian newspapers back arrested investigative journalist Golunov
"We are Ivan Golunov," declared a number of publications, after reports began to surface that Golunov was beaten in prison. The reporter remains under house arrest.
Senator Abdullahi Ibrahim drags journalist Jaafar Jaafar to Senate
Senator Abdullahi Ibrahim drags journalist Jaafar Jaafar to Senate.
Saudi Aramco debt orders grow to $75B
Saudi Aramco has received orders worth $75 billion for its debut bond sale. The deal is one of the most anticipated events of the year, showing investor hunger for high-quality credit after major investors briefly shunned the kingdom after the killing of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
German journalists urge Turkey to stop hindering foreign press
Several foreign journalists in Turkey are still waiting for their 2019 accreditations. Reporters Without Borders says the delay is a "brazen attempt to restrict independent foreign reporting."