Seventeen journalists in Gaza reported to the Associated Press that they had suddenly lost access to their WhatsApp accounts following the cease-fire announcement on Friday.
"It hampers the ability to tell the story fairly on both sides," AP executive editor Sally Buzbee said.
"Israel targeting media sources is so the world can't see Israel's war crimes led by the apartheid-in-chief Netanyahu," Tlaib tweeted Saturday.
The 12-story building also housed other offices and residential apartments, according to the Associated Press.
"This is not the kind of language that you want to use unless the goal is to really incite the people who followed him," said Patty Culhane.
"Can you imagine if Barack Obama in 2011 had said 'oh, Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran thinks Mitt Romney is low IQ and I'm totally with him,'" Al Jazeera presented Mehdi Hasan said on CNN.
The clip, which has since been removed, contains numerous anti-Semitic tropes and baseless claims.
Undercover investigation recorded Steve Dickson, leader of the One Nation party, saying, "We get the balance of power. Very simply, that means that we have the testicles of the government in our hand at every given stage."
An Al Jazeera host told an adviser to Donald Trump's 2020 campaign that the president "lies, daily, multiple times," and that was just how the viral interview started.
The closure of Al Jazeera in Jerusalem followed criticism by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Hamza Mohamed, a British national, was arrested in Somalia's capital Tuesday.
The Al Jazeera report claims the performance enhancing drugs were used in 2011.
The Al Jazeera journalists are accused of spreading false reports and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood.
President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi allegedly pardoned the two TV journalists on the eve of the major Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.
"Anyone who has the clearances that the secretary of state has...knows how classified information should be handled."
Rights advocates say their arrest was part of a crackdown on free speech.
Paris police this week have been searching for the pilots of several unidentified drones seen flying over the city.
Fattah was sentenced for violating limits on demonstrations, amid one of the toughest crackdowns on dissent in Egypt's history.
Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian national Baher Mohamed remain in prison.
The country's highest court cited procedural flaws in last year's trial.
In 2014, 220 journalists were imprisoned worldwide, the second worst year on record, the Committee for the Protection of Journalists reports.
As reader-supported news vanishes, corporate-journalist hybrids may start drawing more red lines.