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Lucrezia Lozza

Stories By Lucrezia Lozza
Libya discloses details on deaths of seven journalists
By  • 4 May 2015
Libya's internationally-recognized government based in the eastern city of Tobruk has shared new information about the presumed murders of seven journalists who disappeared last year. Sofiane Chourabi, a reporter, and Nadhir Ktari, a cameraman, of…
Yemeni journalist among dozens killed in Saudi-led airstrikes
By  • 28 April 2015
Airstrikes in Yemen by a Saudi Arabia-led coalition have killed four employees of a Yemeni television station and injured about 10 others. Among those killed in the April 20 attack in the capital Sana'a was…
Syrian free speech activist Darwish faces terrorism hearing
By  • 13 April 2015
A prominent Syrian journalist and free speech activist jailed for three years will face a new hearing on terrorism charges April 15 that could lead to a sentence of sentence of up to 15 years.…
Moroccan journalist hit with adultery charge
By , • 7 April 2015
A Moroccan investigative journalist has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for adultery and starting a brothel in a case human rights groups say is an effort to intimidate the press. Hicham Mansouri, a…
Yemeni journalist mourned after shooting
By  • 26 March 2015
A prominent Yemeni journalist, human rights activist and leader of the Shi'a Houthi movement has been buried days after his killing by unknown gunmen in the capital Sana'a. Mourners supportive of the Houthi movement, which…
Colombian radio journalist slain
By  • 10 March 2015
A Colombian radio journalist has been shot and killed in a southwestern town near the city of Cali, the second journalist killed in an assassination-style shooting in a month. Edgar Quintero, a journalist and radio…
Interview: Greece under the far-left
By  • 12 February 2015
"Greece is essentially losing a generation," says Greek radio journalist Michael Nevradakis. Greek journalist Michael Nevradakis launched Dialogos Media in 2010 as a student at the University of Texas as his home country was in…
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