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20 July 2017

Turkey on Thursday denied any government link to a report run by the state-run news agency that infuriated Washington by disclosing the locations of US military posts in northern Syria. ...

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19 July 2017

A Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has barred a United Nations aid flight from heading to the country's rebel-held capital with journalists on board, the UN and Yemen's government said Wednesday. ...

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16 July 2017

A US journalist kidnapped by a militia group in Democratic Republic of Congo was found safe and sound early Sunday, a senior official said, as another source said five people had been killed in clashes. ...

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15 July 2017

Eleven park wardens and a US journalist in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo are missing amid signs they were kidnapped by a local militia, sources said Saturday. ...

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13 July 2017

The Paris prosecutor on Thursday demanded the withdrawal of the current edition of Paris Match which contains images from last year's Bastille Day attack that killed 86 people in Nice. ...

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13 July 2017

A former internet tycoon who wore a Hitler T-shirt on a talkshow sparked anger in Japan, with the broadcaster forced to apologise. ...

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13 July 2017

A typeface has sparked uproar in Pakistan after documents using the font were produced in a corruption case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif -- despite being dated a year before the design was released. ...

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11 July 2017

Magnum Photos, the legendary agency set up by Robert Capa and Henri Cartier-Bresson, has been forced into a major shake-up that has left it seeking private investors for the first time. ...

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07 July 2017

Two Iraqi journalists working for Hona Salaheddin television in a village south of Mosul were killed by the Islamic State group, the channel said on Friday. ...

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30 June 2017

The troubled west African state of Guinea Bissau on Friday said it had "suspended" broadcasts of Portuguese television and radio, triggering an angry response from its former colonial ruler. ...

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