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Syrian regime forced Hariri to sell his An Nahar shares

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After testifying Monday  at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon that the conflict over the Syrian presence in Lebanon had paved

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Syrian TV journalist shot dead in Damascus

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A corespondent for Iran’s Press TV was shot dead on Wednesday while reporting from the scene of devastating twin explosions

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EGYPTIAN MEDIA SLAMS MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

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Egypt’s media are demonising the Muslim Brotherhood as the state’s worst enemy. News reports are claiming the fundamentalist group plans

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Syria slams AL decision to halt all its TV broadcasts

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The Syrian foreign ministry on Sunday slammed the decision of the Arab League (AL) to halt the broadcast of Syria’s

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UN chief leads outrage over media deaths

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UN leader Ban Ki-moon on Thursday led international outrage at the growing number of journalist killings, as the bodies of

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Exodus of Al Jazeera staff over 'biased coverage' of conflict in Syria

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Key staff from Al Jazeera’s Beirut Bureau have resigned citing “bias” in the channel’s stance on the conflict in Syria.

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Corruption in Arab governments focus of new TV station

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In a media environment where television channels are frequently accused of taking sides, a new station based here and aiming

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Media Against Violence condemns Bassil’s behavior

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Media Against Violence issued a statement on Thursday condemning Energy Minister Gebran Bassil’s action “in which he kicked out Future

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Hearing Helen

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“We need to be able to ask people what they mean when something like this comes up,” says Alicia Nails, a journalism instructor at Wayne State University

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Mass resignations by Al Jazeera female anchors over dress code

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Five female anchors at Al Jazeera satellite channel have resigned over conflicts with management over “delicate issue”, including their looks

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