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Amazing images from this year’s World Press Photo Awards.
Surely the best interests of your patient must always be paramount.
The round-up has fueled concerns that the post-coup clampdown could be turning into a witch-hunt.
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They were accompanying Afghan troops in southern Afghanistan on Sunday.
If you get your news from social media, the headline is especially important.
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A BBC reporter, a producer and a cameraman have been detained in North Korea and are being expelled from the country, the BBC has said. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, producer Maria Byrne and cameraman Matth...
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World Pre Freedom Day, while celebrating advances in free media and protection for journalists, is often a sobering reminder of just how little pre freedom exists in many parts of the world. It’s ev...
The Grant Hackett saga chugs on, much as Hackett himself reportedly did before boarding a plane on the weekend. Hackett i ued an apology overnight which was so predictable, you could recite it word fo...
60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown and a film crew have been detained by Lebanese police after attempting to film the recovery of two Australian children in Beirut. Brown and her crew were following a pr...
We thought Waleed Aly couldn't get any better at life. We were comfortably wrong. The Project co-host and Fairfax columnist has been thoroughly on-point in 2015 for his incisive commentary on social i...
Afghanistan is often cited as the worst place on the planet to be a woman and one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a journalist. In a country still reeling from more than 13 years of wa...
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The editor of The Australian Women’s Weekly magazine has taken aim at NSW child protection legislation and a culture of suppre ion orders, saying they end up protecting the people who kill children. H...
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Peter Greste and his Al Jazeera colleagues Mohammed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed have been sentenced to at least three years' jail at a retrial in a Cairo court. Greste and Fahmy were sentenced to three ye...
While conflict between different tribes of fans seems to be part of sport's DNA, the Adam Goodes saga proved there is a line supporters agreed should not be crossed.