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By Larisa Epatko
Our partners at GlobalPost have announced that Libyan forces backing Moammar Gadhafi detained one of their correspondents, James Foley, along with three other journalists while they were reporting near the city of Brega.
Journalists Recall 'Medieval' Captivity Experience in Libya…
Anonymous calls on the Internet for Tunisian-inspired protests in China roused several hundred people to protest on Feb. 20, but the heavy-handed response that followed actually became the story, said Kathleen McLaughlin, GlobalPost's correspondent in Beijing.
Chaos continued to escalate in Egypt as President Hosni Mubarak told ABC News that stepping down now would create further turmoil. Judy Woodruff has more with Steve Clemons of the New America Foundation, Samer Shehata of Georgetown University and Steven…
Joel Simon, executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists spoke with the Online NewsHour about journalist arrests around the world and the release of reporters Euna Lee and Laura Ling from North Korea.
By Talea Miller
Freed American journalists Euna Lee and Laura Ling returned to U.S. soil Wednesday morning with former President Bill Clinton, after spending more than four months in detention in North Korea.
Myanmar's military rulers cracked down Wednesday on a recent wave of anti-government protests, which have put a fresh focus on the country's controversial political situation. Two experts assess the latest developments in the South Asian nation.
By PBS NewsHour
Despite the fact that the first primary voters will not cast a ballot for another seven months, the bulk of the unparalleled presidential campaign coverage has focused on the so-called "horse race" stories, rather than the issues.
Essayist Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune discusses the images of journalists as presented in Hollywood films.
Senior correspondent Margaret Warner, who has been ordered to leave Iran where she was reporting for the NewsHour, talks about the mood now that President Ahmadinejad has rejected U.N. demands to stop processing uranium.
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