NEW DELHI (AP) — The TV network Al-Jazeera is off the air in India following a 5-day suspension ordered by the government over maps the network used to illustrate the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
The Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) has admitted that were “several errors of fact” in an article it published last week by American journalist Justin Heifetz that sharply criticized his former employer, the Bangkok Post.
TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s ruling party has summoned executives from two leading television networks to discuss critical or objectionable programs in a move the opposition says endangers press freedoms.
BEIJING (AP) — A court in Beijing has sentenced veteran Chinese journalist Gao Yu to seven years in prison for leaking a top Communist Party policy document.
A Japanese artist on trial for obscenity for distributing plans on how to build a kayak shaped like her vagina denied all charges Wednesday, saying her work is not obscene.
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