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How two BBC journalists risked their jobs to reveal the truth about Jimmy Savile – podcast

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Listening to the women who alleged abuse, and fighting to get their stories heard, helped change the treatment of victims by the media and the justice system. By Poppy Sebag-Montefiore ...

Norwegian journalists reporting on World Cup workers arrested in Qatar

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Two Norwegian journalists investigating conditions for migrant workers in Qatar ahead of the 2022 Fifa World Cup were arrested and detained for 36 hours as they tried to leave the country, Norwegian media have reporte...

Afghan journalists decry Taliban rules restricting role of women on TV

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Afghan journalists and rights activists have condemned “religious guidelines” issued by the Taliban that restrict the role of women in television, as the Islamists move to muzzle the media. The Ministry for the Promot...

EU could fund gas project linked to man charged over Maltese journalist’s murder

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EU energy ministers are pushing to allow public funds to help build a gas pipeline to a power station in Malta co-owned by a businessman who is awaiting trial for the murder of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. O...

‘Journalists are PR department of Greenpeace’: Andrew Neil on climate crisis

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Andrew Neil has said journalists are “basically the PR department of Greenpeace” when it comes to reporting on the climate crisis, as the interviewer indicated he would like to return to British television screens in ...

How two BBC journalists risked their jobs to reveal the truth about Jimmy Savile

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On Saturday 29 October 2011, the day the entertainer Jimmy Savile died aged 84, a couple of comments were posted on the Duncroft School page of the networking site Friends Reunited. Duncroft was designated as an “appr...

Two more Mexican journalists killed as reporters condemn worsening violence

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Mexican journalists have expressed alarm after two veteran reporters were attacked in their own homes in less than 24 hours, bringing this year’s death toll for media workers to nine – already surpassing the eight dea...

Jair Bolsonaro’s security alleged to have used violence against Brazilian journalists at G20 – reports

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Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro’s security detail allegedly used violence against Brazilian reporters covering his trip to Rome for the G20 meeting, local media reported. The alleged attacks against Brazilian repor...

Thief broadcasts face to thousands after snatching journalist’s phone during live report – video

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A man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a journalist’s phone straight from his hands during a live broadcast in Egypt.Mahmoud Ragheb, a reporter for the news site Youm7, was filming the aftermath of an earthq...

Thief broadcasts his face to thousands after snatching journalist’s phone during live report

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A man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a journalist’s phone straight from his hands during a live broadcast in Egypt. Mahmoud Ragheb, a reporter for the news site Youm7, was filming the aftermath of an earth...

Singapore’s new ‘foreign interference’ law leaves journalists like me with an impossible puzzle

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Singapore’s parliament has passed a controversial anti-foreign interference bill, just three weeks after its first reading on 13 September. It was only to be expected that the Foreign Interference (Countermeasures) Bi...

Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov win Nobel peace prize

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Journalists from the Philippines and Russia have won the 2021 Nobel peace prize as the Norwegian committee hailed their “courageous fight for freedom of expression … which is a pre-condition for democracy and lasting ...

Hungarian journalist’s phones infected with NSO Pegasus spyware

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Dániel Németh, a Budapest-based photojournalist, has tried to keep a low profile in his groundbreaking work investigating and documenting the luxury lifestyle of Hungary’s ruling elite. While his name is not well know...

Putin’s crackdown: how Russia’s journalists became ‘foreign agents’

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Usually the bad news is dumped late on Friday when most Muscovites are heading out for the evening: a new list of names of journalists and outlets declared “foreign agents”, a label that for some Russians evokes such ...

Afghan journalists describe violent Taliban beatings when reporting on protests – video

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Two reporters from Kabul have said they were beaten for about 10 minutes by at least six men then locked in a cell, after reporting on protests in Panjshir valley. An acting Taliban minister, who declined to be identi...

Afghanistan: fewer than 100 out of 700 female journalists still working

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Female journalists in Afghanistan are being forced out of jobs and told to stay at home despite Taliban promises to allow them to keep working and to respect press freedom, according to a report. Reporters Sans Fronti...

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