Foreign Journalists

Some articles on journalist, foreign journalists, journalists, foreign:

Russian Government Censorship Of Chechnya Coverage - Beslan Hostage Crisis
... The late Novaya Gazeta journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who had negotiated during the 2002 Moscow siege, was twice prevented by the authorities from boarding a flight ... Several foreign journalists were also briefly detained, including a group of foreign journalists from Polish Gazeta Wyborcza, French Libération and British The Guardian ... Many foreign journalists were exposed to pressure from the security forces and the materials were confiscated from TV crews from ZDF and ARD (Germany), APTN (USA), and Rustavi 2 (Georgia) ...
Palestinian National Authority - Crime and Law Enforcement - Violence Against Officials (2001–2004)
... In 2004, a number of attacks on journalists in the West Bank and Gaza Strip were blamed on the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, most clearly the attack on the Arab ... Palestinian journalists in Gaza called a general strike on 9 February to protest this rising violence against journalists ... "Phase Four" (one less than the maximum "Phase Five") and plans to evacuate non-essential foreign staff from the Gaza Strip ...
Beslan School Hostage Crisis - Criticism of The Russian Government - Disinformation and Suppression of Information - Incidents Involving Russian and Foreign Journalists
... The late Novaya Gazeta journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who had negotiated during the 2002 Moscow siege, was twice prevented by the authorities from ... American journalist Larisa Alexandrovna of The Raw Story has suggested that Politkovskaya might have been later murdered in Moscow because she had discovered evidence of the Russian government's ... Several foreign journalists were also briefly detained, including a group of journalists from the Polish Gazeta Wyborcza, French Libération, and British The Guardian ...

Famous quotes containing the words journalists and/or foreign:

    The journalists think that they cannot say too much in favor of such “improvements” in husbandry; it is a safe theme, like piety; but as for the beauty of one of these “model farms,” I would as lief see a patent churn and a man turning it. They are, commonly, places merely where somebody is making money, it may be counterfeiting.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I am ... willing to make it clear that American foreign policy must uphold the sanctity of international treaties. That is the cornerstone on which all relations between nations must rest.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)