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'She has been lauded throughout the world for her journalism and for her part in supporting press freedom and tackling disinformation campaigns,' says the Reuters Institute
To younger audiences, reading or listening to the news feels more like a chore, according to a study on news consumers in the US and UK. The report makes some recommendations.
'Of course, they should never have been arrested or convicted in the first place,' United Nations human rights office spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani says of the two Reuters journalists
(4th UPDATE) Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo are freed on presidential amnesty
Rights groups have heaped pressure on Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to use her influence to secure a pardon, but she has so far refused to intervene
Supporters will gather in downtown Yangon as Reuters invites people from around the world to post photos on social media of the 'thumbs up' gesture that became a symbol of the pair's court appearances
A report by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism says it's time for news organizations to focus on more sustainable long-term strategies
(UPDATED) Media groups and press freedom advocates express support for Maria Ressa and Rappler as the company faces yet another legal battle
'We filed an appeal today on behalf of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo because the trial court's ruling was wrong,' says Reuters president and editor-in-chief Stephen J Adler
"She knows that mass murder is not a state secret and that exposing it doesn't turn a journalist into a spy," says human rights lawyer Amal Clooney on the need for free press in Myanmar
(UPDATED) 'They were not jailed because they were journalists' but because 'the court has decided that they had broken the Official Secrets Act,' says Aung San Suu Kyi
Journalism is more diverse, accessible, and more informative than ever, says Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, the Director of Research for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University
Aung San Suu Kyi, who was herself subjected to house arrest for some 15 years, relying on foreign media to highlight her plight, has been widely-condemned for her silence on the case and verdict
(3rd UPDATE) The Myanmar court finds Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo guilty of violating the Official Secrets Act, a draconian British colonial-era law
(UPDATED) Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have been in Myanmar's Insein prison since December
The F&R division will be called Refinitiv upon completion of the deal with Blackstone
(UPDATED) Myanmar nationals Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have been held in custody for nearly 7 months for pre-trial hearings
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo are accused of breaching the Official Secrets Act – which carries up to 14 years in jail – during their reporting of a military crackdown on the Rohingya minority
The Reuters Institute report, which covers 37 countries in five continents, says that the use of social media for news fell by 6 percentage points in the United States compared to last year
According to a police spokesman, Moe Yan Naing has been jailed for breaching a police disciplinary act, a charge he had been facing since December for a previous communication with Wa Lone
'This is, indeed, an outstanding achievement for any respected journalist – a reflection of the dedication, personal discipline, and hard work you put in your chosen vocation,' former president Fidel Ramos says in his congratulatory letter to veteran journalist Manny Mogato
Mogato is the last to be fooled. He knows that, along with his Reuters colleagues, he is a particular target for the particular crime of putting names and faces to some of those numbers and detailing the cold, sick, subhuman instincts with which Duterte's war has been prosecuted.
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Clare Baldwin, Andrew R.C. Marshall, and Manuel Mogato win in the International Reporting category 'for relentless reporting that exposed the brutal killing campaign behind Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs'
(UPDATED) Myanmar nationals Wa Lone, 31, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 27, are accused of possessing classified documents thought to relate to the violent military crackdown on the Rohingya Muslim minority
(UPDATED) Myanmar nationals Wa Lone, 31, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 27, were arrested a month ago under the Official Secrets Act after they allegedly were given classified documents by two policemen over dinner
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Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo are facing proceedings under the draconian colonial-era Official Secrets Act for allegedly possessing documents related to the army crackdown in Rakhine state
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'We will investigate at gagawin namin ang kaukulang investigation, pero huwag naman sana ganoon na talagang pina-project 'yung timing at 'yung pagka-edit,' says PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa
The Duterte administration 'does not tolerate police violence, brutality, and killing,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
The Oscar-winning actress says British foreign secretary Boris Johnson should 'get on a plane' to Tehran and 'deal with the problem he's so seriously exacerbated'
When faced with allegations – allegedly from their own men – the PNP has a rather predictable response
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UPDATED By restricting the access of certain media Donald Trump s White House takes things one step further triggering an outcry
David Fox Matthew ditangkap bersama seorang warga Australia Guiseppe Serafino karena mengkonsumsi narkoba jenis hashish pada tahun 2016
Manny Mogato s profile and cover photos are changed into pro Duterte graphics
It hopes to raise as much as P19 5 billion in proceeds from its IPO
Thomson Reuters says the oil refiner s indicative offer price is now at P64 to P70 per share from P90
President Rodrigo Duterte s appeal to his supporters not to harm journalists seems to have fallen on deaf ears says the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
A message circulating online says some groups want the international community to protest against the Duterte administration s war on drugs
This comes as an arbitral tribunal in The Hague Netherlands is expected to rule on the Philippines’ case against China early this year
The verdict comes after the region s grim people smuggling trade was dramatically laid bare this year
Comparison will be inevitable in a post ASEAN integration era How are rankings influencing the Philippines higher education sector?
The emails were among 70 000 gathered in less than 10 minutes in 2008 by the spy agency
Veteran journalists from the Philippines and around the world provide valuable insights on the second day of the 2014 PH SocialGood Summit
The Philippines banks on the shared concern among ASEAN countries to convince China to agree to stop provocative activities in the South China Sea
The triple action plan has a snowball s chance in hell of success an analyst says But the Philippines says China might be convinced who knows?