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1. 11-20 Charlie Rose suspended following sexual harassment allegations Washington
10-30 Russia-linked posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users in US San Francisco Bay Area
3. 10-16 Malta blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia dies in car bomb attack Bidnija, Malta
E. 10-08 Russia warns it may restrict US media within its borders Moscow
F. 09-14 Reporter for prestigious newspaper eaten by crocodile Crocodile Rock, Sri Lanka
G. 09-06 Facebook uncovers Russia-funded misinformation San Francisco Bay Area
7. 09-05 Indian journalist shot dead in Bangalore Ideal Home Layout, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bangalore, Southern India
I. 08-06 Al Jazeera: Israel seeks to shut offices Jerusalem
J. 07-31 Anthony Scaramucci sacked as Trump media chief White House, Washington

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Charlie Rose suspended following sexual harassment allegations Russia-linked posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users in US  Facebook has said as many as 126 million American users may have seen content uploaded by Russia-based operatives over the last two years Malta blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia dies in car bomb attack Russia warns it may restrict US media within its borders Anthony Scaramucci sacked as Trump media chief Award-winning Mexican reporter Javier Valdez killed   Javier Valdez has been shot dead in the north-western state of Sinaloa when attackers opened fire on his car in the city of Culiacan Trump attacks US media at 100-day rally Fox News: Bill O'Reilly out after harassment claims Police raid critical Zaman newspaper in Istanbul   Turkish police have raided the offices of the opposition newspaper, hours after a court ruling placed it under state control 3 al-Jazeera journalists convicted Shooter Flanagan 'a human powder keg' Map of Bridgewater Plaza Moneta Virginia Virginia


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Oct.30   San Francisco Bay Area
Oct.16   Malta
Oct.8   Moscow


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Sep.14  Sri Lanka  Reporter for prestigious newspaper eaten by crocodile
Sep.6  San Francisco Bay Area  Facebook uncovers Russia-funded misinformation
Sep.5  Southern India  Indian journalist shot dead in Bangalore


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Aug.6  Jerusalem  Al Jazeera: Israel seeks to shut offices


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Jul.31   Washington


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Jun.23  Colombia  Colombia conflict: Seized Dutch journalists still held


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May.15   North Mexico


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Apr.29   Pennsylvania
Apr.19   USA


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Mar.2  Southern China  China congress: BBC team forced to sign confession


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Feb.25  Washington  Trump to skip White House correspondents' dinner
Feb.24  Washington  White House bans certain news media from briefing
Feb.18  Florida  Donald Trump savages media at Florida rally


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Jan.21  Washington  Trump attacks 'dishonest' media over crowd photos


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Dec.16  Poland  Polish protesters block parliament over press freedom


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May.8  North Korea  BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes and team expelled from North Korea


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Mar.10  Washington  Ex-Putin aide Mikhail Lesin died of 'blunt force trauma'
Mar.5  Istanbul  Zaman newspaper: Defiant last edition as Turkey police raid
Mar.4   Istanbul


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Aug.29   Cairo
Aug.26   Virginia
  Vester Flanagan shot dead two WDBJ7 journalists on live TV in of Virginia sent a rambling fax to ABC News shortly after the attack.    The two people killed were WDBJ7 report...
Jun.20  Berlin  Al-Jazeera journalist arrested in Germany
Apr.16  Beijing  China jails journalist over leaked 'state secrets'
Feb.7   USA
Feb.1   Egypt
Jan.14  Paris  Hollande hails 'reborn' Charlie Hebdo
Jan.13   Paris
Jan.12   Paris
Jan.7   Paris
  Eight journalists and two policemen were among the dead. Police issued photos of two suspects, describing them as 'armed and dangerous'
 3 masked gunmen armed with Kalashnikov rifles, a shotgun, and a rocket-propelled grenade launcher stormed the headquarters of the Charlie Hebdo. They killed 12 people, including Charlie Hebdo staff and two French National police officers, and wounded 11 others


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Dec.14   Istanbul Turkey raids target media critics
  Turkish police have made at least 23 arrests during raids on a newspaper and TV station with close ties to US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen Sep.18  United Kingdom  British journalist, now ISIS hostage, sends message Aug.21  USA  ISIS militants threatened to kill journalist in email to family Aug.19   Northern Iraq   Video shows ISIS beheading U.S. journalist James Foley
  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
Jun.23   Cairo Al-Jazeera trio jailed in Egypt  Three al-Jazeera journalists accused of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood have been jailed for seven years in Egypt Apr.4   Afghanistan   Two AP journalists shot in Afghanistan, one fatally   Anja Niedringhaus, 48, a German photographerwas shot in Khost province province. Kathy Gannon, a Canadian reporter in a stable condition Mar.29  Northern Syria  Spanish journalists freed in Syria Feb.25  Munich  Paper ripped for 'anti-Semitic' caricature of Facebook's Zuckerberg   Uganda Uganda tabloid names 'homosexuals'
Jan.10  Paris  French president mulls legal action over claim of affair with actress

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Dec.19  London  Report: Kate Middleton's phone hacked, court told Nov.18  Paris  Manhunt after gun attacks in Paris Nov.2   Mali French say 2 journalists killed in north Mali
Aug.22  Mumbai  Mumbai photojournalist gang-raped Jun.11   Greece   Greece suspends state broadcaster   The Greek government has shut down the public broadcaster ERT, calling it a 'haven of waste' May.13  Washington  AP condemns US phone records seizure Jan.11  London  Police: TV host sexually abused hundreds Jan.7  Southern China  Chinese journalists in rare protest against censorship

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Nov.29  London  Report urges independent regulator for UK press Nov.20  London  Murdoch protégé charged with conspiracy Nov.10   London BBC boss George Entwistle resigns
Oct.25  China  New York Times blocked over Wen Jiabao Oct.23  London  BBC chief testifies in TV presenter abuse scandal Oct.2  Syria  Video of missing journalist surfaces Sep.20  Pakistan  US anti-film ads on Pakistani TV Sep.15  Ireland  Irish newspaper prints Kate pics May.15   London Murdoch editor charged over hacking Mar.1  Syria  2 French journalists safely out of Syria Feb.22   Syria   Two Western journalists killed in Syria Map of Homs 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 Jan.11   Syria   French journalist killed in 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

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Aug.16  London  Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World Jul.29  New York  New York Post told to 'preserve' info Jul.19   London UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor   News Corp. magnate Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, said were not to blame in a burgeoning scandal Jul.18  England  Hacking whistle-blower found dead Jul.17   London Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
Jul.16  London  Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing' Jul.15   London Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign Jul.14  FBI  FBI to probe Murdoch's company Jul.12   London Murdoch summoned over phone hacking Jul.9   London NoW goes to presses for last time Jul.7   London Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
  The embattled tabloid News of the World, one of the oldest and best-selling newspapers in Britain, will shut down after Sunday's issue.    This Sunday's issue will be the last edition of the paper, News International chairman James Murdoch says. The announcement f...
Jul.6  London  UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked' Jul.5  London  UK press hacking row escalates May.11  Libya  First Gaddafi footage in two weeks Jan.23  West Bank  Palestinian peace 'offers' leaked

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Jul.28  North Mexico  Four journalists held hostage

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Aug.18  Kabul  Poll media blackout urged Jun.7   North Korea Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea  Two U.S. journalists who were detained in North Korea while covering the plight of defectors have been sentenced to 12 years in labor camps Apr.23   North Korea US women 'face North Korea trial'


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Aug.31  North Caucasus  Kremlin critic shot in Ingushetia Jul.30   Beijing Web curbs for Olympic journalists  Journalists covering the Olympic Games will not have completely uncensored access to the internet Jul.22  Belgrade  Fugitive Karadzic 'wrote magazine column' Mar.26  Tibet  Monks disrupt tour of journalists

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Jun.3  New Hampshire  US Democrats appear in TV debate Jun.1   Gaza Video released of BBC's Johnston
May.27   Venezuela TV station off the air May.26   Venezuela Tens of thousands protest over TV issue May.2   Paris Sarkozy, Royal spar in TV debate Apr.18  Virginia  Gunman sent final video Apr.15  London  BBC calls claim of reporter's death 'rumor' Apr.7  London  Naval captives can sell stories Jan.23  Istanbul  Thousands mourn journalist Hrant Dink Jan.19   Istanbul Outspoken journalist shot dead
  Hrant Dink, 53, was a prominent Turkish-Armenian journalist who spoke out against the killings of Armenians early last century.    He was given a six-month suspended sentence in October 2005 after writing about the Armenian 'gen...


year 2006 Top ^

Oct.27   Mexico Shootouts kill journalist Oct.7   Moscow War critic writer murdered   Anna Politkovskaya was known for her critical coverage of the war in Chechnya. Her body was found in an elevator Aug.29  Iran  Ahmadinejad in Bush TV debate call Apr.15   Nepal Police attack media protest Feb.15  Australia  New Abu Ghraib images broadcast Feb.8  Washington  Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.30  Washington  Report: U.S. buys positive press in Iraq Sep.30  USA  CIA agent case reporter in court Jun.4  Beirut  Hundreds mourn Beirut journalist Jun.2  Beirut  Blast kills journalist May.15   Washington Newsweek backs off Quran story  The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan Apr.14  Paris  Chirac makes case for EU treaty

year 2004 Top ^

Sep.29  Iraq  Hostage Bigley shown in new video Sep.7  Russia  Footage shows drama in besieged school Mar.28   Iraq Protests as U.S. closes Iraqi paper
Jan.29  London  BBC apologizes as Dyke quits Jan.28  London  BBC chairman quits over Hutton   London   Hutton clears Blair, faults BBC  A senior judge says the government did not act in a 'dishonorable, underhand or duplicitous' way in its handling of David Kelly

year 2003 Top ^

Sep.5  Spain  Al-Jazeera reporter arrested

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.19   Afghanistan 4 journalists killed
Apr.14  Moscow  NTV management wrested control Apr.3  Moscow  Bosses ousted at Russia's NTV May. 9, 1754   Philadelphia Benjamin Franklin's 'Join or Die,' newspaper cartoon published  First published in his Pennsylvania Gazette. The earliest known pictorial representation of colonial union produced by a British colonist in America Mar. 11, 1702   London First daily paper (Courant) appears in England  It was produced by Elizabeth Mallet at her premises next to the Kings Arms tavern. Consisted of a single page, with advertisements on the reverse side