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|Algeria expels AFP bureau chief
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|India bans Modi film until after election
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|Khashoggi family denies settlement with Saudi government
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|Nadeem Malik discloses phone numbers used for bullying him
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|Fatwa by ex-JI leader puts journalists in danger
A former leader of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) issued a fatwa on April 8, promoting the killing of journalists in Pakistan.
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|Indian journalist released after four months in custody
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|State Department bars 16 people for roles in Khashoggi murder
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|At least four more journalists arrested in Saudi crackdown
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Ran into one of the younger guys I once mentored at a news channel. He was a participant in one of those workshops that have become all the rage these days. I was there as a skeptical observer looking for yet more reasons to blast all this nonsense about so-called professional enhancement Read more...
Zamir Qureshi, news manager PPI (then PPA), Lahore, was shot dead by unknown assailants in January 1965.