"If you block a briefing once again, one reporter or one American media outlet will go home,'" Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova reportedly said.
Russian journalists reportedly found themselves under enemy fire in a recently-occupied part of Luhansk Oblast in eastern Ukraine.
"There are debt collectors who call relatives of the deceased to pay off their debts when they are not legally obligated to," a Redditor pointed out.
Zelensky praised "hero" journalist-turned-soldier Oleksandr Makhov for being "patriotic and sincere" and "always among the bravest."
The AP Stylebook should adapt and recognize the work of historical writers and realize the clear history and evolution of language.
While attempting to find a plug adapter, the reporter shared a photo of several BB guns, seemingly mistaking them for "rifles."
"I'm tired of liberal reporters reaching out to me for 'clarification,'" Jones complained on Monday before doubling down on a series of controversial comments.
"To sum it up, I've lost half a leg on one side and a foot on the other," he said from hospital, paying tribute to his fallen colleagues.
Russian journalist Oksana Baulina was the most recent of at least five journalists killed in Russian attacks, dying on Wednesday amid shelling in Kyiv.
The UN says 15 journalists and activists, and 22 local officials in Ukraine have been arbitrarily detained or faced "enforced disappearance."
"It really looks like North Korea to me," Ekaterina Kotrikadze, an anchor with TV Rain—a channel that has been blocked by Russia's regulator, said.
"It seems like they're really brainwashed," Russian journalist Maria Baronova said.
CNN and BBC have suspended operations after a Russian law was passed to ban "fake" information about the war.
Breanna Muir from The Washington Post called out the outlet's director of video for misidentifying her as Taylor, saying she was "horrified and humiliated."
The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has recently asked citizens to help fight Russian troops by making explosive Molotov cocktails.
Blinken voiced concern Tuesday about recent killings of journalists in Mexico and called for "greater accountability."
Police in British Columbia, Canada, are investigating after "aggressive protesters...surrounded members of the media."
The rules have received backlash from journalists, who say they are making it easier for the lawmakers to avoid their questions.
Since August 2021, at least 50 journalists and media workers have been detained or arrested in Afghanistan.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed the arrests of three individuals in Baja California for their connection to the killing of Lourdes Maldonado
The initial suit was brought against the MSP by reporters injured by troopers while covering protests in the wake of the George Floyd and Daunte Wright killings.
Maldonado was shot and killed inside her car in the Santa Fe area of Tijuana on Sunday.
Per Oregon law, a gubernatorial candidate must have lived in the state for at least three years, causing concerns over Kristof having voted in New York in 2020.
The Counter Network Division allegedly used databases intended to track terrorists to investigate journalists under former President Donald Trump.
Former Stand News editors Chung Pui-kuen and Patrick Lam were charged with conspiracy to publish a seditious publication.
He told a family member of a journalist that people were "nearby, armed and ready. Thousands of us are active/retired law enforcement, military, etc."
AP photographer Mahmoud Illean had to go to the hospital Friday after Israeli police attacked him unprovoked while he was covering a Palestinian protest.
"This is a flagrant example of a federal agency using its power to examine the contacts of journalists," AP Executive Editor Julie Pace wrote in a letter.
Though the Hungarian government reports some COVID-19 statistics, many officials say it is not enough to paint a clear picture of the pandemic's effect.