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  • Maldives jails ex-defense minister for 11 years

    A court in Maldives on Thursday sentenced a former defense minister to 11 years in prison for importing and possessing a firearm. A criminal court in Male, the capital island of this Indian Ocean archipelago state, passed the sentence against Mohamed...
  • College students make bracelets to help jailed journalists

    University of Maryland journalism students are raising money to launch a line of bracelets emblazoned with the names of journalists imprisoned around the world to raise money for the cause, and awareness of their plight. Under the direction of Pulitzer...
  • US 'troubled' by Thai leader's threat to execute journalists

    The U.S. says it hopes that Thailand's leader, who took power in a military coup last year, wasn't serious when he made a threat to execute journalists. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha (prah-YOOT chahn oh-CHAH) made the apparently sarcastic comment to...
  • Journalism fellowship applications due

    Journalism fellowship applications due
    In June 2015, the Culpepper Journalism Foundation will celebrate its 18th anniversary. Over the years it has provided fellowships to 77 students from Broward County public schools to help them attend summer journalism programs at universities. Each...
  • The Latest: Report says 1 pilot locked out before crash

    1:20 a.m. (0020 GMT, 8:20 p.m. EDT) A newspaper is reporting that the voice recorder indicates that one of the pilots was locked out of the cockpit before a Germanwings jetliner plummeted into a remote Alpine mountainside. The New York Times is citing...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    AP investigation: Men forced to work as slaves to catch seafood for global supply The Burmese slaves sat on the floor and stared through the rusty bars of their locked cage, hidden on a tiny tropical island thousands of miles from home. Just a few yards...
  • Gay, disabled journalist's 'personal view' new in Serbia

    Nenad Mihailovic flouts Serbian taboo. He's openly gay in a notoriously macho culture. He uses a wheelchair in a society that shows little sympathy for the disabled. And he's a voice of liberal thinking in a nation where strong leaders have a tendency...
  • Trial set for videographer arrested covering Ferguson

    A video journalist arrested while covering the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, after Michael Brown was fatally shot last summer plans to fight the charges at trial. St. Louis-based videographer Mary Moore said she wants her reputation, and her criminal...
  • US, Syria reportedly in talks to free American journalist

    WASHINGTON U.S. officials are negotiating with Syrian President Bashar Assad's government for the release of a McClatchy contributor who vanished more than two years ago while reporting in Syria, according to a French newspaper report published Tuesday....
  • Ken Owen, former South African editor, dies

    "All offended?" former South African newspaper editor Ken Owen asked an audience of friends and family in a speech marking his 80th birthday. Owen, a tenacious force in journalism in the last years of white racist rule, delivered trademark zingers at the...
  • Women's media group honors photographer Heidi Levine

    Photographer Heidi Levine, who has spent 30 years covering war zones and revolutions in the Middle East, Libya and Syria, was named Tuesday as the inaugural winner of an award for courage named for Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus. The...