(DAMASCUS, Syria) — A Spanish journalist kidnapped by al-Qaeda-linked militants in Syria crossed the border into Turkey on Sunday, his newspaper reported, as activists said government airstrikes killed at least 13 people in a northwestern border town.
Veteran war correspondent Marc Marginedas was abducted on Sept. 4 near Hama by …
The journalists, both Egyptian and foreign, are accused of aiding “terrorists”
David Satter is the first U.S. journalist expelled since the end of the Cold War
But 16 people are still held by the Abu Sayyaf outfit, labeled “terrorists” by the U.S.
Reporter behind Snowden leaks urges journalists to band together against ‘sustained attack’ on press freedom
The Japanese journalist who died amid gunfire in Syria was possessed of an unsung bravery and pursued a heroic mission. Her death exposes the grave dangers faced by freelance war correspondents
Warring Words – China’s state-run Global Times issues its most threatening commentary yet on the continuing standoff with the Philippines over disputed islands in the South China Sea. Under the headline “Peace Will Be a Miracle …
A brief introduction to the woman accompanying President-elect François Hollande to Élysée Palace later this month