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1 Jun 2019
The Amsterdam-based startup aims to democratize news by leveraging a global network of citizen journalists. The platform is harnessing blockchain technology to verify its content and keep a check on fake news.
6 May 2019
Nigerian media raises alarm over rising attacks on journalists across the country.
30 Apr 2019
Don’t glorify terrorists, Buratai warns journalists.
1 Mar 2019
Dozens of journalists in Australia who reported on Cardinal George Pell's trial could face jail time. Pell's trial was subject to a gag order due to another trial in which Pell faced more sexual abuse allegations.
3 Feb 2019
Foreign journalists working in China experienced surveillance, government interference and being followed. Conditions were particularly bad in Xinjiang, where "re-education" camps for Muslim minorities have been set up.
17 Dec 2018
As of December 1, 2018, the Committee to Protect Journalist (CPJ) have found out that, about 251 journalists are in jail. CPJ said most authoritarian regimes increasingly use imprisonment to silence journalists.
16 Dec 2018
The U.S. Senate has passed a resolution saying that the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
6 Jan 2018
Panel of journalists looks at anti-government demonstrations across Iran flaring up a week ago, the biggest since the 2009 post-electoral protests in Tehran. We look also at the first visit to Paris of Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan since the election of Emmanuel Macron; Trump threatening the Palestinians, Pakistan and North Korea; Emmanuel Macron promising reporters a bill as early as next month to combat fake news.
30 Apr 2017
Journalists, politicians, and celebrities have arrived for the White House Correspondents' Dinner, but there's one person missing: the one who occupies the White House, President Donald Trump.
1 Apr 2017
UNESCO advocates press freedom for Nigerian journalists.
2 Mar 2017
Turkey has seen a highly-criticised media crackdown since last year's failed coup, but the shutdowns aren't stopping some journalists from doing their jobs.

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