A Japanese court on Wednesday ordered a prominent reporter to pay damages to a female journalist in a civil lawsuit over her allegations he raped her, a verdict welcomed by women’s rights advocates in a country
Kassem began her career as a reporter for the Al Arabiya TV. Within years, she rose to prominence and covered important events including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Saudi Arabia's state-run Al-Ekhbariya TV channel reported that three others were sentenced to prison. All can appeal the verdicts.
It began when Pompeo gave an early morning interview to NPR radio. Much of the discussion dealt with Iran, but journalist Mary Louise Kelly closed by asking Pompeo about Ukraine.
Officers gave no explanation as they escorted CNN reporter Omar Jimenez and his camera crew away. His crew had just shown a protester being taken into custody when about half a dozen police officers in gas masks surrounded Jimenez. The journalists were released about an hour after being arrested.
Mohammed Taha, the Arabic Editor of Al Adiyat magazine, passed away in Dubai on Sunday. Taha has been associated with the sport since its inception in the UAE in the early nineties and has been a pivotal member of the core management team
The Editors Guild of India said the accusations against Zahra and Ashiq were a "gross misuse of power" meant to "strike terror into journalists."
Republic TV owner and its Chief Editor Goswami was arrested in the abetment to suicide case of 2018. The case was reopened recently, which had been closed earlier.
During his stint as Dawn editor, he decided to publish Osama Bin Laden’s interview by TV anchor Hamid Mir, even though he was a non-staffer, because the interview contained hard news about nuclear technology.