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28 Nov
Journalists working at the Kyiv Independent document life under power outages caused by Russian missile strikes and vow to continue their work. Also, we look ahead to important local elections in Taiwan, the first since China's military escalation there. Cartoonists give us their views on the UN-mandated day to eliminate violence against women. Finally, we look at the celebrity secrets of turning male pattern baldness into a signature statement!
21 Nov
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15 Nov
This is one of the halls of Nigerian's National Theater, which is currently undergoing renovation.
15 Nov
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14 Nov
The UK says journalists there have received "credible" death threats from Tehran. The announcement came the same day Scottish authorities took a young Iranian wrestler into protection after she, too, was threatened.
3 Nov
Forbidden Stories, which was founded by Laurent Richard, allows journalists to continue the investigative reporting of "silenced" journalists and to unveil their stories to a wide audience.
27 Aug
Philippine journalist Maria Ressa and Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov received their Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in Oslo. The two laureates were awarded the prize on October 8 "for their courageous fight for freedom of expression" in the face of authoritarian governments.
3 May
Reporters Without Borders teams up with Ukrainian partners to protect journalists in Lviv. Here they can network and receive protective gear to safeguard them while reporting in a war zone.
12 Apr
We take a look at various Twitter profiles claiming to be journalists in Ukraine, despite several suspicious elements that don't add up: renaming of handles after the war, stealing old photos of the internet and creating AI-generated headshots. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake with Vedika Bahl.
2 Apr
Two Australian journalists fled China Tuesday under diplomatic protection amid rapidly deteriorating relations between Beijing and Canberra, as the United States warned that the situation for foreign reporters in the country could get worse.
24 Mar
State media have published a series of critical articles against Chinese journalists, accusing them of helping foreign media with "anti-China reports."
21 Mar
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