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  • Saudi spy chief removal may not change U.S. ties -- or end his career

    Saudi spy chief removal may not change U.S. ties -- or end his career
    Prince Bandar bin Sultan's replacement last week as Saudi Arabia's intelligence chief has fueled speculation about a shift in the monarchy’s shaky relations with the United States and its position toward the Syrian conflict — not to mention...
  • Win Tin dies at 84; respected Myanmar opposition leader

    YANGON, Myanmar — Win Tin, one of Myanmar's most respected opposition leaders who was jailed for nearly two decades by his country's military rulers, died early Monday. He was 84. His death, attributed to organ failure, came as Myanmar marked...
  • Myanmar anti-junta crusader and journalist Win Tin dies

    Myanmar anti-junta crusader and journalist Win Tin dies
    YANGON, Myanmar -- Win Tin, one of Myanmar’s most respected opposition leaders who was jailed for nearly two decades by his country's military rulers, died early Monday at age 84. His death, attributed to organ failure, came as Myanmar marked...
  • Ukrainian journalists said held by separatists

    KIEV (Reuters) - Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine have detained a Ukrainian journalist, accusing her of "war crimes" during the "Euromaidan" protests that toppled the Moscow-backed president, her lawyer said on Monday. There were also reports...
  • Four French journalists freed in Syria, heading home

    PARIS Four French journalists held hostage in Syria for 10 months by an extremist Islamist militia have been released in good health, the French government said Saturday. The Elysee Palace said Edouard Elias, Didier Francois, Nicolas Henin and Pierre...
  • Mexican writer Elena Poniatowska wins Cervantes Prize

    The author and journalist Elena Poniatowska, who gained fame in Mexico for her chronicles of social injustice and government repression, is this year’s winner of the Miguel de Cervantes Prize, the most prestigious literary prize in the Spanish...
  • Analysts: Ransom helps militant group in Syria pay for 4-front war

    BEIRUT The release over the weekend of four French journalists whom a rogue al-Qaida offshoot had held for months in Syria may indicate that the group is turning increasingly to ransom to finance its activities. The French government has denied that it...
  • Authors A-C

       - Return to other listings 2nd Story 2nd Story is a collective of story-makers and story-lovers working together to build community through the power of storytelling. They host story-sharing experiences in Chicago and beyond, in the form of both...
  • Authors D-G

     - Return to other listings Bill Daley Bill Daley is a Chicago Tribune food writer who covers personalities, cooking techniques and trends. He answers food and drink queries from readers in a weekly online column called “The Daley Question.”...
  • Mexico failing to protect journalists, advocates say

    MEXICO CITY — A highly touted system to protect Mexican reporters working in one of the world's most dangerous countries for journalists is failing miserably and may in fact further imperil those it is intended to help, media advocates say. In the...
  • Phil Latzman: Even with fewer resources, newspapers still on watch

    I write today in appreciation of this profession, because I fear for its future. While it may be tacky for a columnist to praise a publication, the folks who bring you this valuable resource number fewer than ever, and are working harder than ever to keep...