Clinton accepted the invitation from leadership in both organizations who have a storied history of inviting past presidential candidates.
Michael J. Feeny, the 32-year-old award-winning journalist who previously served as the president of the New York Association of Black Journalists, died Sunday of complications from a staph infection.
KHARTOUM — Sudanese journalist Fatima Ghazali has been sentenced to one month in prison on Tuesday for writing an article about the alleged rape of an activist by security forces. Sudan’s constitution guarantees journalists freedom of speech, however, many have been detained without charge and papers have faced censorship. Ghazali was given the choice to […]
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