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A Turkish photographer kidnapped while covering the civil war in neighbouring Syria has returned home after being freed from weeks in captivity, his newspaper said today. Bunyamin Aygun, who works for the newspaper Milliyet, was taken hostage by
Five staffers of the international aid organization Doctors Without Borders have been taken in northern Syria for questioning. Michael Goldfarb, a spokesman for the aid group, said the doctors were taken from Doctors Without Borders'
Correspondent Peter Greste, producer Mohamed Fahmy, producer Baher Mohamed and cameraman Mohamed Fawzy were taken into custody Sunday evening in Cairo, the network said. Fawzy was released Tuesday morning; the other three men remained in detention
02 Al Jazeera has expressed outrage at the continuing detention of its journalists in Egypt, and is increasingly concerned about the safety of the staff being held without charge. While cameraman Mohamed Fawzy has been released, producers Mohamed
Across the world, 70 journalists were killed in 2013 while on the job, the Committee to Protect Journalists said...The committee is investigating the deaths of 25 more journalists in 2013 to establish whether these were work-related.
Qatar-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera has demanded the release of four of its journalists seized by Egyptian police in Cairo at the weekend. They include its Cairo bureau chief Mohamed Fadel Fahmy and former BBC correspondent Peter Greste. The
Egyptian authorities arrested a team of journalists working for the Al Jazeera English news channel on Sunday, including correspondent Peter Greste, producers Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed as well as cameraman Mohamed Fawzy , who are
Al Jazeera broadcaster said security forces arrested three journalists from the channel on the charge of having made an illegal transmission with a member of the Muslim Brotherhood in a hotel room . A branch of Al Jazeera in
Journalists at the Freedom and Justice (al-Hurriya wa al-Adala) newspaper, which belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood, have condemned its ban and declared a sit-in at the Journalists Syndicate until its publication resumes. Earlier on Thursday, Egypt
BY SILVER P. COMILA GENEVA, SWITZERLAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF SOURCE FROM REUTERS The International New Safety Institute released a statement last week that 126 journalists worldwide have died this year,