Project Exile: Iraqi BBC cameraman struggles in U.K.

"They consider us traitors, spies. I was worried about my children." Qais Najim spent more than a decade as a cameraman and editor for the BBC in his native Iraq, where he covered the U.S.-British invasion...

Inside the Islamic State’s favorite app

"They just want to feel relatively secure right now, or for the lifetime of whatever operation they're plotting." The messaging app Telegram has gained notoriety recently for its use by the Islamic State, or...

Death sentence upheld for Mauritania blogger

An appeals court in the West African nation of Mauritania has upheld the death sentence of a blogger convicted of apostasy for an article critical of the Prophet Muhammad and the country's caste...

Vietnamese blogger sentenced to four years in prison

A Vietnamese blogger has been sentenced to four years in prison for writing critically about the Vietnamese government. The People's Court of Ho Chi Minh City sentenced blogger Nguyen Ngoc Gia, also known...

East Timor leader files suit over contract reporting

The prime minister of East Timor has filed a criminal defamation suit against a newspaper reporter who wrote an article about potential bid-rigging in a government contract. Prime Minister Rui Maria de...