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Thousands of protesters rallied outside the Hong Kong's government headquarters on Sunday to condemn a knife attack on a former newspaper editor and to voice support for press freedom amid growing concern over Beijing's influence in the media. Kevin
Hong Kong newspaper editor Kevin Lau, who became the center of controversy last month after being sacked from his post, is fighting for his life after being stabbed multiple times by an unknown attacker in Hong Kong, police say. Lau, who was walking
19 October 2013 0 View comments MPs have been banned from mentioning the name of David Cameron's former director of communications Andy Coulson in the run-up to his trial for phone-hacking. The unusual action was taken by the Solicitor General after
a newspaper editor suing six readers for $25,000 in damages including humiliation, mortification and embarrassment, sleeplessness and anxiety and mental anguish. The lawsuit grew out of the actions of Lori Kilchermann, general manager and editor of
All in a week's work for a national newspaper editor In the past week alone readers have accused me of being childish, inciting vandalism, censorship, sexism and child neglect. All in a week's work for a national newspaper editor, you might say.
Neil Reynolds made a career out of steering Canadian newspapers including this one along uncharted courses, looking for stories with scant regard for the safe or predictable. He wanted storytelling, and got it, by letting reporters off the leash with
Saudi newspaper editor Khalid Hamad Al-Malik was on Thursday due to give a talk in Italy on media freedom in the Middle East since the 'Arab Spring' revolts that have jolted the region over the past two years. Al-Malik's talk "The Media and the
Senegal (AP) A media rights group says that a Malian newspaper editor, who was arrested two weeks ago after publishing a letter criticizing the salary of the nation's coup leader, has been charged with inciting disobedience'' and publishing
Ahmed Mahmud/AFP/Getty Images Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi intends to exercise his legislative mandate to prohibit the detention of journalists after a court remanded into custody a newspaper editor standing trial for defaming him on Thursday.
A candidate review committee has decided it is not in the party's interests for Greg Mayfield's nomination to stand. He had been among six candidates keen to fill the Senate vacancy to be created when Mary Jo Fisher leaves Parliament next month. Mr