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CAIRO: An Egyptian court Monday sentenced three Al-Jazeera journalists including Australian Peter Greste to jail terms ranging from seven to 10 years after accusing them of aiding the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood.
ANKARA: The European Union backs the European diplomats who attended a controversial trial of two Turkish journalists charged with espionage after their appearance was bitterly attacked by Ankara, an official said Wednesday.
KUCHING: Two foreign journalists from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) have been released on police bail until March 16 and their passports returned, but the duo will not be able to leave the country, says their lawyer.
PETALING JAYA: Journalists from Australian news network ABC were detained in Malaysia on Saturday night before being released the next morning after their statements were taken.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Under Saddam Hussein, Iraqi journalists were threatened, detained, tortured and killed -- victims of a system that tightly controlled what was written about the country's Baathist leader.
(Reuters) - A Myanmar judge on Monday found two Reuters journalists guilty of breaching a law on state secrets and jailed them for seven years in a landmark case seen as a test of progress toward democracy in the Southeast Asian country.
MEDAN: In the deforested hills of Gua Musang in Kelantan, two journalists covering the January 2017 orang asli blockade found themselves surrounded and handcuffed by over 20 state forestry officers who demanded that they stop filming.
YANGON (Reuters) - Two Reuters journalists completed a week in detention in Myanmar on Tuesday, with no word on where they were being held as authorities proceeded with an investigation into whether they violated the country's colonial-era Official Secrets Act.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt is holding the highest number of journalists behind bars since record keeping began, using the pretext of national security to crack down on press freedoms, the Committee to Protect Journalists said on Thursday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pakistan has become the most dangerous place in the world for journalists, with at least eight killed this year, while the number of news media deaths worldwide has dropped compared to last year, a press freedom group said on Wednesday.