‘New York Times photographer arrested while covering arrest’
Robert Stolarik, a freelance photographer, claimed a New York Police Department (NYPD) officer “slammed” his camera into his face before he was dragged to the ground, kicked and arrested while he was on assignment for The New York Times Saturday.
‘Myanmar Censors Lift Ban on 2 Magazines’
Myanmar’s media censors agreed to lift suspensions on two weekly magazines, The Voice Weekly and Envoy, after journalists protested for press freedom.
‘Germany outraged by Italian newspaper’s ‘Fourth Reich’ headline’
German politicians have expressed anger as at Italian front page which held the headline “Fourth Reich”.
‘Study: Happiest countries have press freedom’
The Poynter Institute quote a new study which indicates that “freedom of the press is a reliable indicator of a country’s happiness”.
‘No way to treat the reporters who are putting their lives on the line’
Ian Burrell of the Independent discusses the dangers of reporting from Aleppo in Syria.