Last week the world lost one of the great foreign correspondents: Christopher Dickey, who worked most of his professional life at Newsweek, died on July 16. Former colleague Jeffrey Bartholet remembers him.
"We are still getting messages from friends, family and followers confirming the news. Many are still believing that we are dead. This is really disturbing. We are now learning that many news agencies are now using our images and trying to contact them all."
"They have taken a decision that they will allow employees at an institution that they fund to go hungry," Timour Azhari, a journalist who resigned from his position this week, told Newsweek. "They definitely have the money to pay."
"Like John Wilkes Booth, these seditious traitors think they are in the right" was just one thing The Gateway Pundit posted on Tuesday, along with the suggestion Democrats involved with impeachment hearings should be hanged.
Hatice Cengiz, finacee of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and Christophe Deloire, president of Reporters Without Borders, take the G20 to task over global impunity for violence against journalists.
By Hatice Cengiz and Christophe Deloire On 11/2/19 at 5:00 AM EDT