Media and social media coverage of the Brussels attacksThere has been some criticism of social media and rolling news channels in their responses to the Brussels attacks - we take a look.
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
One man's Syrian war: A glimpse behind the headlinesINTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Mon. 15.02.16: The New York Times publishes a moving account of the death of one of its contacts in Syria, a government soldier killed in Palmyra last…
Expelled French reporter flies out of ChinaFrench reporter Ursula Gauthier flew out of Beijing airport early on Friday after Chinese authorities refused to renew her press credentials over her criticism of government…
Iraq, Syria, France deadliest places for journalists in 2015A total of 110 journalists were killed around the world in 2015, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said on Tuesday, warning that more were being deliberately targeted for their…
French journalist in China threatened with expulsionChina has refused to renew the press credentials of French journalist Ursula Gauthier, effectively expelling her from the country, she told FRANCE 24 on Friday.
Media purchasing amateur footage of Paris attacks causes controversyAmateur footage has been purchased by some media outlets showing some of the shootings that took place during the Paris attacks as well as the police raid in Saint-Denis. The…
FRANCE IN FOCUS
Newspaper industry: What outlook for the French press?This week, we examine the state of the French press, which like the print media in many other countries has seen circulation figures fall sharply. We look at how the main players…
Egypt arrests prominent journalist and rights activistEgypt arrested a prominent journalist and human rights advocate on Sunday after he was questioned by military intelligence over a report he published about a trial of former army…
Family of dead UK journalist says no foul play involvedThe family of a British woman who died in an Istanbul airport bathroom while in transit to Iraq says it agrees with Turkish authorities that there were no signs of foul play.
EGYPT - MEDIA
Al-Jazeera journalists freed after presidential pardonAl-Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed were on Wednesday released from prison following Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s pardon of 100 prisoners.
Hungarian journalist fired for kicking migrantsA camerawoman for a private Hungarian television channel was fired late on Tuesday after footage of her kicking migrants fleeing police on Hungary’s southern border spread online.
IN THE FRENCH PAPERS
Libération: 'Why we didn't publish Aylan's photo earlier'FRENCH PAPERS - Fri. 04.09.15: French papers continue to focus on the shocking photo of a young Syrian boy who drowned while he and his family were trying to cross into Europe…
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