Al Jazeera
Israel’s attack on a press building in Gaza draws condemnations.
Media groups demand explanations after Israeli forces destroyed the high-rise that housed the offices of The Associated Press and other news outlets.
Conflict Spirals Across Israel and the Palestinian Territories
An American envoy landed in Israel for cease-fire talks with Palestinians and Israelis. But as of Saturday evening, there was no sign of a letup in fighting and a media center in Gaza was destroyed.
Israel Strikes Gaza Tower Housing A.P. and Other News Outlets
An Israeli airstrike destroyed a prominent building in Gaza City on Saturday that housed media outlets, including The Associated Press and Al Jazeera. The Israel Defense Forces said it gave an advanced warning for civilians to evacuate.
As Biden reaches out, Netanyahu vows attacks until Israel’s security is ensured.
President Biden spoke to the leaders of Israel and the Palestinians. Hamas militants aimed another round of rockets at Tel Aviv and protests spread to the West Bank.
U.S. Orders Al Jazeera Affiliate to Register as Foreign Agent
The Justice Department says AJ+, a media outlet backed by the royal family of Qatar, engages in “political activities.”
‘We’d Had a Few Drinks,’ Australian Party Official Says About Gun Lobby Tape
An official from Australia’s One Nation party was recorded saying a $20 million donation from the American gun lobby would improve his party’s standing in Parliament.
That Punishing Blockade? ‘We’ve Moved On,’ Qatar Says
After its larger neighbors began a blockade of the tiny Gulf state, Qatar retooled its economy, beefed up its military and adjusted to the new reality.
Who Is Afraid of Shahidul Alam?
The imprisonment of Bangladesh’s most respected photojournalist illustrates the country’s drift toward autocracy.
Peabody Awards Go to BBC News, ‘S-Town’ and Al Jazeera
Winners in the news, public service and radio/podcast categories were announced, and CBS’s “60 Minutes” is being honored with the Institutional Award.
In Charm Offensive, Qatar Pushes for a Comeback in Washington
After a disastrous 2017, Qatar is winning over fans in the Trump administration. But given the country’s ties to Iran, risks remain.
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