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B. 2017-08-06 Al Jazeera: Israel seeks to shut offices Jerusalem
2. 2016-02-25 Turkey journalists freed from prison after court ruling Turkey
3. 2015-02-01 Reporter Peter Greste freed by Egypt Egypt
4. 2014-12-06 US reporter charged by Iran court Tehran
2014-08-19 Video shows ISIS beheading U.S. journalist James Foley Northern Iraq
6. 2014-07-24 Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian 'held in Iran' Tehran
7. 2014-04-19 Syria conflict: French journalists freed Syria
8. 2014-03-29 Spanish journalists freed in Syria Northern Syria
J. 2013-04-29 Iraq pulls plug on 'misleading' TV networks Baghdad

Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian 'held in Iran'  Jason Rezaian, an American reporter for the Washington Post, and his wife appear to have been detained in Tehran, the newspaper said   Syria conflict: French journalists freed  Four French journalists held captive in Syria for almost a year have been freed, President Francois Hollande said on Saturday   Spanish journalists freed in Syria  Javier Espinosa and Ricardo Garcia Vilanova kidnapped in Syria six months ago by radical Islamist rebels have been released Iraq pulls plug on 'misleading' TV networks  The government ordered 10 television networks shut down, accusing them of stoking sectarian violence with 'unprofessional' and 'unethical' c... Iraq unrest prompts TV channel ban  Iraqi authorities have suspended the licences of 10 satellite channels because of a rise in sectarian unrest Egyptian TV satirist faces probe  Bassem Youssef, a popular Egyptian political satirist, is being investigated by prosecutors for allegedly insulting the president   NBC crew freed from kidnappers in Syria  An reporter and his crew spoke were freed from kidnappers in Syria who kept them bound, blindfolded and repeatedly threatened to kill them Syrian government denies holding missing journalist Lid lifted on PLO man's killing   Video of missing journalist surfaces  A video uploaded to YouTube shows Austin Tice, a blindfolded American freelance journalist, in obvious distress, weeks after he was last heard... Iranian jury finds Reuters guilty of lies Iran's news agency portrays satirical Onion story as its own Egypt paper in cartoon campaign Syria cracking down on journalists 2 French journalists safely out of Syria Map of Homs Syria  Two French journalists who had been trapped for days in the besieged Homs neighborhood of Baba Amr have been moved to safety in Lebanon British journalist freed from Homs   Two Western journalists killed in Syria Map of Homs Syria
Al Jazeera: Israel seeks to shut offices  Israel is seeking to close Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera's offices in the country and revoke its journalists' media credentials Turkey journalists freed from prison after court ruling   Can Dundar and Erdem Gul, from the newspaper Cumhuriyet charged with revealing state secrets have been freed from prison Reporter Peter Greste freed by Egypt  Jailed al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste has been deported from Egypt, state media say, and is flying to Cyprus US reporter charged by Iran court  A Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, 38, who has been detained in Iran for more than four months has been formally charged   Video shows ISIS beheading U.S. journalist James Foley

year 2017 Top ^

Aug.6   Jerusalem

year 2016 Top ^

Feb.25   Turkey

year 2015 Top ^

Feb.1   Egypt

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.6   Tehran
Aug.19   Northern Iraq
  A video shows the beheading and threatens the life of another American if President Barack Obama doesn't end military operations in Iraq
 James Wright Foley (October 18, 1973 August 19, 2014) was an American freelance journalist and photojournalist of the Syrian Civil War when he was abducted on November 22, 2012 in northwestern Syria. Foley is the first American citizen to be killed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
Jul.24   Tehran
Apr.19   Syria
Mar.29   Northern Syria

year 2013 Top ^

Apr.29   Baghdad
Apr.28   Baghdad
Jan.1   Egypt

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.18   Syria
Nov.12   Syria
Nov.1   Israel
Oct.2   Syria
Sep.30   Iran
Sep.28   Iran
Sep.25   Egypt
Mar.31   Syria
Mar.1   Syria
Feb.28   Syria
Feb.22   Syria
  Marie Colvin, a American foreign correspondent for London's The Sunday Times, and war photographer Remi Ochlik, 28, were killed in shelling in Homs
 Ochlik had covered conflicts from Haiti to Libya, and won first prize in the World Press Photo general news category Colleagues remembered Colvin. who lost her left eye to shrapnel while covering a conflict in Sri Lanka

Jan.11   Syria
  TV reporter Gilles Jacquier was among eight killed in the city of Homs, the first Western journalist to die in the country's current unrest.

year 2011 Top ^

Jan.23   West Bank Palestinian peace 'offers' leaked
  Leaked documents released by al-Jazeera suggest Palestinian negotiators agreed to Israel keeping large parts of occupied East Jerusalem

year 2007 Top ^

Jun.1   Gaza Video released of BBC's Johnston
  A video has appeared on the internet showing the first pictures of Alan Johnston since his abduction in Gaza on 12 March

year 2006 Top ^

Aug.29   Iran   Ahmadinejad in Bush TV debate call
  Iranian President has called on U.S. President to participate in a 'direct television debate with us'

year 2005 Top ^

Jun.4   Beirut Hundreds mourn Beirut journalist  Hundreds of mourners lined the streets of central Beirut for the funeral procession of Samir Kassir Jun.2   Beirut   Blast kills journalist
  A car bomb exploded in a Christian area of Beirut, killing Samir Kassir, a journalist known for his opposition to Syria

year 2004 Top ^

Sep.29   Iraq Hostage Bigley shown in new video  British hostage has been shown in a cage in chains in a video screened on Al-Jazeera television Mar.28   Iraq   Protests as U.S. closes Iraqi paper
  Several thousand Iraqis protested the closure of Al Hawsa for 60 days, chanting anti-U.S. slogans

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