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Ten years since the crash: Finance and the Media

Looking at the lessons of 2008 and the new challenges facing reporters on the business and economy beats today.

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Faking the online debate on Iran

How keyboard warriors target journalists, academics and activists who favour dialogue instead of war with Iran.

Journalism Is Not A Crime

Iran orders closure of newspaper for 'insulting' Shia Islam

Reports say Sedayeh Eslahat ordered shut by top prosecutor for 'desecrating' family of Prophet Muhammad's grandson.

Iran orders closure of newspaper for 'insulting' Shia Islam

Myanmar

Myanmar leader Suu Kyi defends journalists' imprisonment

Imprisonment not linked to freedom of press as reporters broke Official Secrets Act, says Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Myanmar leader Suu Kyi defends journalists' imprisonment

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Myanmar: Journalists Paying the Price for Reporting Genocide

The sentencing of two Reuters reporters in Myanmar. Plus, the British media and their monarchy.

Media

Al Jazeera condemns sentencing of Reuters reporters in Myanmar

Al Jazeera Media Network calls for the immediate and unconditional release of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe oo.

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Donald Trump and the National Enquirer investigation

How worried is Trump about what kind of stories the Enquirer has under lock and key?

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Radio Dabanga: Is Darfur losing its media lifeline?

The Amsterdam-based station sheds light on a region that the Sudanese government prefers to keep in the dark.

Bosnia

Journalists demand justice after Bosnian reporter badly beaten

Media workers in Bosnia are routinely subjected to verbal attacks, threats and libel lawsuits.

Journalists demand justice after Bosnian reporter badly beaten

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Are Bangladesh's media freedoms being eroded?

By crushing dissent, the Bangladeshi government controls the narrative.

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The New Journalism: Remembering its pioneer, the late Tom Wolfe

Producer Marcela Pizarro offers her take on the American writer's profound effect on a generation of writers.

Press Freedom

Hundreds of US newspapers denounce Trump's attacks on the press

More than 350 US news outlets join Boston Globe call to run editorials, addressing Trump's 'assault on the free press'.

Hundreds of US newspapers denounce Trump's attacks on the press

Journalism Is Not A Crime

Three Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic

The reporters were investigating the activities of so-called Wagner group, a group of private military contractors.

Three Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic

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The making and breaking of the West Africa Leaks

Inside the biggest media collaboration in the region's history, exposing the offshore dealings of the rich and powerful.

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Erdogan and the media: Do most Turks even care?

We ask if Turkish voters are really that indifferent to freedom of the press, as the election results seem to suggest.