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Danielle Dieterich

Stories By Danielle Dieterich
Spreading the message of terror online
By  • 9 October 2014
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Myanmar news site hacked for Islamic coverage
The website of an independent newsmagazine in Myanmar was hacked Oct. 2 by a group that accused the outlet of supporting “jihad" local media reported. The Irrawaddy’s English-language website was defaced by a group of…
Congo expels journalist who reported on attack
The Republic of Congo has expelled a local journalist who reported on the attack of a television news host who had angered police and government officials with his coverage. Sadio Kante, a freelance journalist and…
Project Exile: Out of South Sudan's violence
By  • 24 September 2014
"My sister and my brothers, I do not know where they are. They are still in South Sudan but I don’t know whether they are dead or they are alive." Bonifacio Taban’s career in journalism…
Guinea arrests 27 for slaying Ebola health workers, journalists
By  • 24 September 2014
Police in Guinea have arrested 27 people for the killing of a group of Ebola health education workers and journalists, news outlets including Agence France-Presse reported. Molou Chérif, and Sidiki Sidibé of a community radio…
Reporter in Congo-Brazzaville attacked after posting beating photo
By  • 16 September 2014
A Cameroonian journalist working in the Republic of Congo was held at gunpoint in his home while armed men sexually assaulted his sister in the early morning hours of Sept. 10, Jeune Afrique reported. Elie…
Somali journalist arrested for criticizing restrictions
By  • 9 September 2014
A Somali journalist was arrested after speaking out against a directive to limit press coverage of military operations Sept. 3. [caption id="attachment_3323" align="alignright" width="300"] This map shows the location of Mogadishu where the journalist was…
Bahrain court rejects photographer's appeal
By  • 1 September 2014
An appellate court in Bahrain upheld a 10-year sentence for an award-winning photojournalist Aug. 30. Ahmed Humaidan was convicted in 2012 after he admitted to attacking a police station. Humaidan later withdrew his confession, telling…
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