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  • Veteran Chinese journalist Gao Yu sentenced to 7 years

    A Beijing court sentenced a veteran Chinese journalist to seven years in prison Friday on charges of leaking a document detailing the Communist Party leadership's resolve to aggressively target civil society and press freedom as a threat to its monopoly...
  • Amid crackdown, China sentences reporter to 7 years in jail

    BEIJING A Chinese court sentenced a 71-year-old journalist to seven years in prison Friday on what her supporters say are trumped-up charges that she'd disclosed state secrets to a U.S.-based Chinese-language news outlet. Gao Yu, a journalist who's...
  • UK prosecutors drop reporter bribe charges after acquittals

    An expensive and wide-ranging British investigation into alleged bribery by reporters crumbled Friday, after a jury acquitted four tabloid journalists of paying prison officers for information. It was the latest in a string of cases where juries have...
  • Newspaper's role in Capitol stunt examined

    A Florida newspaper that knew ahead of time that a man planned to fly a gyrocopter into restricted airspace at the U.S. Capitol faced questions Thursday about whether its editors should have used this knowledge to try and stop the risky stunt. The...
  • The World Bank's broken promise to 'do no harm'

    The World Bank's broken promise to 'do no harm'
    Seven years ago, the World Bank set out to help preserve Kenya's Embobut Forest for future generations. As part of the Natural Resource Management Project, it spent millions to mitigate erosion, prevent landslides and improve the administration of water...
  • Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories

    Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories
    The Hippodrome in Baltimore will be flooded with high school theater and journalism students, including the cast and crew of Annapolis High School's "A Christmas Carol," all dressed in their best, ready to attend the high school equivalent of the Tony...
  • Third pro-Russia activist found dead in Ukraine capital this week

    A journalist supportive of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich was gunned down in Kiev on Thursday, the third death this week of a prominent critic of Ukraine's Western-backed government. Russian media and other loyalists of Yanukovich, who was...
  • 6 inducted into Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame

    Six new members have been inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame in a ceremony in Lexington. Inductees include Ed Reinke, a photographer for The Associated Press in Kentucky for more than 25 years, and WLKY-TV investigative reporter and...
  • Pro-Russian journalist gunned down in Ukraine's capital

    A Ukrainian journalist known for his pro-Russian views was gunned down Thursday in broad daylight in Kiev, local police said, a day after a pro-Russian lawmaker was found dead. Oles Buzyna, 45, was killed early Thursday afternoon by two masked men...
  • In Sudan, poverty, heavy security grip under longtime leader

    During a quarter-century in power, President Omar al-Bashir has succeeded in keeping an iron grip on Sudan despite repeated disasters that would have toppled many leaders. This week's election seems certain to entrench his rule. Sudan lost a third of its...
  • Winners of the 2014 NYSAPA newspaper contest

    The New York State Associated Press Association has announced results of its 2014 contest recognizing excellent writing, presentation, photography and graphics in AP member newspapers. Winners will be honored at the annual state AP awards banquet,...