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Montreal Police Face a Storm of Criticism Over Surveillance of a Journalist

Investigators looking into corruption within the Montreal police force for almost six months focused their attention on a reporter who had no apparent connection to the case.

Montreal Police Face a Storm of Criticism Over Surveillance of a Journalist

Investigators looking into corruption within the Montreal police force for almost six months focused their attention on a reporter who had no apparent connection to the case.

Meanwhile in Turkey, Erdogan is now locking up journalists

Detained with no trial scheduled or expected The post Meanwhile in Turkey, Erdogan is now locking up journalists appeared first on Hot Air.
Sinosphere: Chinese Journalists Get an Exhilarating Look at the U.S. Election

Sinosphere: Chinese Journalists Get an Exhilarating Look at the U.S. Election

Voters casting their ballots in New York City on Tuesday. A Chinese journalist observing the election expressed surprise at how seriously Americans took their votes.
Ritual of Ever-Present Coverage May Not Pass Muster With Trump

Ritual of Ever-Present Coverage May Not Pass Muster With Trump

President-elect Donald J. Trump, with Vice President-elect Mike Pence, speaking to members of the media aboard his plane in September. Mr. Trump has had a contentious relationship with some in the
Turkey’s Free Press Withers as Erdogan Jails 120 Journalists

Turkey’s Free Press Withers as Erdogan Jails 120 Journalists

Several journalists working for Cumhuriyet, Turkey’s last major independent publication, have been jailed after the July coup attempt. Turkey has surpassed China as the world’s biggest jailer of
Turkey’s Free Press Withers as Erdogan Jails 120 Journalists

Turkey’s Free Press Withers as Erdogan Jails 120 Journalists

Several journalists working for Cumhuriyet, Turkey’s last major independent publication, have been jailed after the July coup attempt. Turkey has surpassed China as the world’s biggest jailer of
Jailed by Egypt, Honored for His Photojournalism

Jailed by Egypt, Honored for His Photojournalism

Protesters in Tahrir Square in Cairo demanding the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
Jailed by Egypt, Honored for His Photojournalism

Jailed by Egypt, Honored for His Photojournalism

Protesters in Tahrir Square in Cairo demanding the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Marjorie Kirk, editor of the University of Kentucky’s campus newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel. The paper is being sued by the university in a continuing battle over whether records in a sexual assault
Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Marjorie Kirk, editor of the University of Kentucky’s campus newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel. The paper is being sued by the university in a continuing battle over whether records in a sexual assault
Mediator: A Warning for Americans From a Member of Pussy Riot

Mediator: A Warning for Americans From a Member of Pussy Riot

Nadya Tolokonnikova, a member of the Russian punk band and art collective Pussy Riot, was in Miami Beach last week for Art Basel.

Bhutan Faces an Important Test of Press Freedom

A prominent journalist has been accused of libel for sharing a Facebook post that alleged corrupt dealings among the elite in the Asian country.

Bhutan Faces an Important Test of Press Freedom

A prominent journalist has been accused of libel for sharing a Facebook post that alleged corrupt dealings among the elite in the Asian country.

Harsh Facebook Posts, Jail and Now Death: A Man’s Fate Angers Algeria

The country’s government is coming under criticism after the death of a journalist imprisoned under a new law that criminalizes offending the president.