Eight whistleblowers prosecuted under the Obama administration: Where are they now? Barack Obama is often criticized for waging a war against whistleblowers, but this may
At only twenty four years old, the syrian photojournalist, Abdulmonam Eassa, has already witnessed and documented the ruin of his hometown, Hamouria, on the outskirts of the capital, and the carnage of his people.
« I would like you to mention it in the portrait as the « syrian revolution », it was not a « civil war » or a « movement », we have to call it as what it was: a revolution. »
Hasan, a detached look in the eyes, a wristband to the colors of the Free Syrian Army, is struggling to remember of any independent journal:
Within the first six months of 2019, Afghanistan has lost six of its journalists in separate incidents, the first death of a journalist was recorded
TESTIMONY FROM A MARITUANIAN JOURNALIST « A good journalist is someone who serves his community. Serving others through my journalistic work, that is my vocation. » This
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Parmi les journalistes exilés, il y a aussi des photographes qui ont parfois été au coeur des conflits.
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