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Ukrain­ian jour­nal­ist ‘cold­ly ex­e­cut­ed’ by Russ­ian forces: Re­port
Re­porters With­out Bor­ders says ev­i­dence sug­gests Maks Levin was killed by bul­lets fired at close range.
22 Jun 2022
NY Times says Is­raeli forces ‘most like­ly’ shot Shireen Abu Ak­leh
New York Times re­port adds to grow­ing num­ber of probes point­ing the fin­ger at Is­rael for killing Al Jazeera jour­nal­ist.
20 Jun 2022
From: Inside Story
Will new ev­i­dence force Is­rael to act on Abu Ak­leh’s killing?
Al Jazeera ob­tains pho­to of bul­let that killed Pales­tin­ian-Amer­i­can Jour­nal­ist.
17 Jun 2022
Al Jazeera ob­tains im­age of bul­let that killed its jour­nal­ist
Vet­er­an re­porter Shireen Abu Ak­leh was shot dead last month in oc­cu­pied West Bank while cov­er­ing Is­raeli raids.
16 Jun 2022
In Zim­bab­we, re­porter’s con­vic­tion sparks fears of re­newed abuse
In 2022, Zim­bab­we was ranked 137th on the World Press Free­dom In­dex, sev­en places low­er than the year be­fore.
16 Jun 2022
Haze Fan was re­leased on bail in Jan­u­ary pend­ing tri­al: Chi­na
Bei­jing-based jour­nal­ist with Bloomberg News is ac­cused of break­ing na­tion­al se­cu­ri­ty laws.
15 Jun 2022
Rus­sia bans dozens of British jour­nal­ism, me­dia, de­fence fig­ures
Those banned in­clude jour­nal­ists, news an­chors, ed­i­tors and man­agers with BBC, Sky News, Times and Guardian news­pa­pers.
14 Jun 2022
From: Talk to Al Jazeera: In the Field
Mex­i­co: A Lethal Field for Jour­nal­ists
Mex­i­can me­dia pro­fes­sion­als dis­cuss how their coun­try be­came one of the world’s most dan­ger­ous places for jour­nal­ists.
11 Jun 2022
One month on, still no jus­tice in sight for our beloved Shireen
But this does not mean there is no hope.
Jalal Abukhater
11 Jun 2022
How Biden’s Is­rael ap­proach bets on ‘short’ pub­lic at­ten­tion span
One month af­ter killing of Shireen Abu Ak­leh, Wash­ing­ton has yet to con­demn Is­rael or back third-par­ty in­ves­ti­ga­tion.
11 Jun 2022
Shireen Abu Ak­leh: US still thinks Is­rael should lead probe
Antony Blinken had called for ‘in­de­pen­dent’ in­ves­ti­ga­tion, but State De­part­ment says US po­si­tion has not changed.
9 Jun 2022
Ukraine grants cit­i­zen­ship to Russ­ian dis­si­dent jour­nal­ist
Alexan­der Nev­zorov and his wife be­came cit­i­zens of Ukraine af­ter de­nounc­ing Rus­sia’s war.
3 Jun 2022
In­dia is con­sid­er­ing a pan­el to rule on so­cial me­dia take­downs
Dig­i­tal rights ac­tivists warn the move will in­crease di­rect gov’t con­trol over so­cial me­dia plat­forms in In­dia.
2 Jun 2022
From: Inside Story
Can Egypt’s lead­ers be pres­sured into pro­tect­ing press free­dom?
Al Jazeera con­demns the 15-year jail sen­tence giv­en to jour­nal­ist for in­ter­view­ing an op­po­si­tion leader.
1 Jun 2022
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