The Ippen media group said it had nixed the story to "avoid the impression we might want to economically harm a competitor."
"Organized crime has crossed a line," Netherlands Justice Minister Ferd Grapperhaus said of the murder of Dutch crime reporter Peter R. de Vries in July.
The 58-year-old journalist and co-founder of Rappler is the 18th woman in history to win the Peace Prize.
Danny Fenster was charged with unlawful associations, which is mainly used to target ethnic rebels in Myanmar seeking autonomy.
"He seemed disappointed and he told me in a frustrated tone that 'I have nothing to say,'" his lawyer said. "His words showed that he is not feeling well."
"I couldn't think. I didn't know if I would be killed or if I would live," journalist Tagi Daryabi said of the incident.
"[The Taliban] made me rub my nose on the ground and apologize for covering the protest," said one journalist, who was arrested and later released.
"Rather than running off to Cancun in tough times, @clarissaward is risking her life to tell the world what's happening. That's called bravery," CNN tweeted.
The publisher of The Washington Post, Fred Ryan, is asking for the administration's help in getting "204 journalists, support staff and families" in Kabul to safety.
Crackdowns on civil society activists and journalists have led to the arrest of hundreds of people who oppose Belarus' president.
Merrick Garland's new policy follows through on his June promise that the Department of Justice would end the act of seizing reporters' records.
"Nine people broke into our apartment, seized all the equipment and took Aleh away in handcuffs," Maryana Hruzdzilovich, one journalist's wife, told the AP.
The Hong Kong Journalists Association said it is concerned with "the erosion of freedom and the damage done to the diversified media scene."
Belarusian authorities raided offices and homes of human rights activists and journalists to crackdown on non-governmental organizations accused of fomenting unrest.
"It's a crackdown on the editorial office in the worst Soviet-era tradition," Nasha Niva journalist Аrtsem Harbatsevich said.
Three Al Jazeera journalists who had been tear gassed in Ferguson during a protest received $280,000 as a settlement from St. Charles County.
Hecker states in the video that, "from the inside, yes, there's a narrative. Yes, it is unspoken. But if you accidentally step outside the narrative, if you don't sense what that narrative is and go with it, there will be grave consequences for you."
"It's not okay to pressure a reporter out of asking the people's questions. I'm already hearing from several TV journalists wanting speak," Hecker tweeted on Wednesday.
In lawsuit filed Tuesday night, photographer Carolyn Cole and Bureau Chief Molly Hennessey-Fiske, both of the Los Angeles Times, alleged that troopers trapped them against a block wall and hit them with blunt projectiles, tear gas and chemical spray.
"This is how Roman looks like under physical and moral pressure," said exiled Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya.
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.
"One of the AP journalists said, 'We were lucky to get out.' No you weren't lucky to get out. It wasn't luck," Israel's prime minister said of the airstrike.
Biden called both the Palestinian and Israeli leaders Saturday to discuss the latest spate of violence in the West Bank.
A former television presenter for Afghanistan's Tolonews was shot to death by gunmen a day after the Taliban threatened Afghan journalists closely aligned with security agencies backed by the U.S.
"The media has been severely destructive here, harmful. And, you know, they're vicious, sick people."
Republican lawmakers are urging Biden to let journalists tour the migrant facilities at the border, but the president said he's not sure when that will happen.
Often referred to as the Fourth Estate, the news media is the unofficial ombudsman for the people, there to hold the powerful accountable.
Chinese officials used contact tracing forms and cellphone "health apps" to harass and intimidate journalists last year, says a new report from the Foreign Correspondents' Club in China.