The United Nations (UN), Amnesty International and Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), among other concerned citizens around the world, have condemned the incessant murders in Afghanistan and called for peace among all warring parties. Afghan Journalist, Sabawoon Kakar, is laid to rest after a bomb attack in Kabul on 30 April 2018, which killed eight … Continue reading Journalists murdered in Afghanistan war remind us of the need for peace
Judge Ohn Myint has extended detention of two reporters with Reuters on allegations of violating the State Secrets Act. Ohn, who spoke during a court siting on Wednesday, said the accused persons will remain in custody until 10 January, stressing that the interrogation is still ongoing. Wa Lone, 31, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 27, were … Continue reading 2 Reuters journalists remanded by Myanmar judge over reports on Rohingya
Jose Mourinho has given his verdict on the draw between Manchester United and Hull City after warning reporters that he won't ever discuss issues with referees and their biased decisions. The Portuguese coach spoke at a press conference after their 0-0 result from the disappointing Premier League game on Wednesday night. Speaking to the press, … Continue reading Jose Mourinho blames match officials for Manchester United’s draw against Hull City, begs journalists to tell the truth
Latest reports from Rio 2016 organizers confirm that a bus transporting journalists to the Olympic Games came under attack Tuesday. Two passengers in the bus suffered minor injuries, as reports claim that the bus was either fired upon or hit by rocks, resulting in two windows being smashed. Image shows the damaged bus conveying journalists to the … Continue reading RIO 2016: Bus Carrying Journalists To The Olympic Stadium Was Attacked.