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Rights group condemns military trial for journalist
Several dozen journalists and lawyers prevented police from executing the order, by blocking access to the judge’s office.
Journalist being kept in detention for 15 days and facing a military trial
Ismailia’s military prosecution detains award-winning Sinai journalist Abu Deraa for 15 days.
The two were detained in separate incidents on Thursday
Syndicate received at least 14 complaints from attacked journalists; AFTE report cites 21 attacks
Anas Fouda had been held without charge since early July
A photographer was assaulted and his camera was seized at the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in press centre
The source of the explosion is believed to be a butane gas cylinder, although the circumstances of its detonation are under investigation
Former editor-in-chief of independent newspaper has been sentenced for libel against the Vice Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party
Unofficial medical report indicates the bullet found in journalist’s corpse deforms after launch
Trial moved to another judicial district, Doma remains in custody
Some lawyers refused to respond to prosecutors’ questions during their interrogation
“I have nerves of steel but you cannot cheat your body. It was a stressful situation. I was hungry and cold for five months,” Kochneva said.
Members of the newspaper have been protesting demanding better wages and contracts
The Syndicate says members need to unite at a time when attacks on the press are widespread
The journalist’s fiancee claims he was kidnapped from 10th of Ramadan bus station
Al-Tahrir journalist sentenced in absentia claims police assaulted him first during Mubarak’s trial
Al-Fajr journalist was shot in the head as he filmed clashes by the presidential palace last week
The killing marked the second of a journalist in Tadamun in less than a fortnight
Unal said Saturday that he had been detained by Syrian soldiers and held in solitary confinement in an Aleppo prison
Shajul Islam, 26, is accused of being part of a jihadist group that held photographers John Cantlie from Britain and Jeroen Oerlemans of the Netherlands at a Syrian camp between July 17 and 26.
Abu Islam claims to be protecting the Islamic doctrine
Former employees of the old Al-Shaab newspaper are demanding the government uphold an agreement made under Mubarak’s reign
Eltahawy arrested after defacing controversial advert in the New York subway
Pakistani newspapers accused of undermining Afghan government
The outpouring of rage in Islamic countries isn’t just about a low-budget film insulting the prophet Muhammad. It is the eruption of a volcano that has been simmering for the past eleven years
Journalists continue to die as government stands by
On 8 March, I was in London attending a panel discussion on the safety of women journalists. I had been invited there by the International News Safety Institute (INSI) after contributing a chapter to a book published earlier this year by the INSI on the safety of female journalists working in conflict and danger zones. …
“We don’t want police mentality in our newspaper”