No word from China’s imprisoned Nobel winner as wife’s phone cut off

No word from China’s imprisoned Nobel winner

Mexican news media grapple with life in shadow of drug cartels following stunning editorial

Mexico journalists debate cartels, self-censorship

Mexican journalist who received death threats gets asylum in US; case is 1st of its kind

Threatened Mexican journalist receives asylum

Juarez editorial ignites rare public debate over rampant intimidation and impunity in Mexico

Juarez editorial ignites a beleaguered Mexico

Calderon government says it is preparing plan to protect journalists in Mexico

Mexico prepares plan to protect journalists

Mexico daily restricts drug war coverage after 2nd journalist slain, seeks truce with cartels

Mexico daily cuts drug war coverage after slaying

Mexico daily restricts drug war coverage after 2nd journalist slain, seeks truce with cartels

Mexico daily cuts drug war coverage after slaying

Mexico newspaper seeks truce with cartels after killing of 2nd journalist in less than 2 years

Mexico border newspaper seeks truce with cartels

Mexican border newspaper calls media defenseless against drug gangs after photographer slain

Newspaper: Mexican media defenseless against gangs

Gunmen attack 2 newspapers photographers in Mexican border city, killing 1

News photographer killed in Mexican border city

British lawmaker calls for Murdoch to explain tabloid phone hacking to parliamentary inquiry

British lawmaker demands Murdoch faces Parliament

US news media group calls attacks on Mexican journalists a ‘national crisis’

Report: Attacks on Mexican media ‘national crisis’

British police likely to quiz PM’s communications chief over tabloid phone hacking claims

UK police likely to quiz PM’s aide over hacking

British lawmakers to quiz top police officer over tabloid phone hacking allegations

British lawmakers to quiz police over phone hacks

NATO asks for more troops for Afghanistan as protesters in Kabul denounce US

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Police investigating stabbing death of well-known Afghan journalist

Police investigating Afghan journalist’s murder

UK police may reopen probe of alleged phone hacking by tabloid if new evidence emerges

UK police may probe alleged tabloid phone hacking

Afghan protesters denounce US after American church vows to burn Islamic holy book on 9/11

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Ex-UK deputy leader presses police for answers as scandal over tabloid phone hacking widens

Ex-UK deputy PM wants answers on tabloid scandal

New York Times’ investigation of radiation risks wins Public Service Award from APME

NY Times’ radiation investigation wins APME award

Prominent Venezuelan drug trafficking suspect, called kingpin by US, arrested in Colombia

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British businessman will fight extradition to US over sale of batteries for missiles to Iran

Briton will fight US extradition over Iran sale

Mexican federal police rescue 2 journalists kidnapped by drug gang

Mexican police free reporters nabbed by drug gang

Mexico’s biggest TV network cancels news program in solidarity with kidnapped reporters

Mexico’s TV channel cancels show after kidnappings

Report: Drug gunmen kidnap journalists to demand airing of videos

Mexican drug gunmen demand media run clips

Rights groups calls on Mexico’s government to find 4 journalists reported missing in north

4 journalists reported missing in northern Mexico

Berlusconi wants to limit wiretapping, but critics say plan hurts fight against Mafia, terror

Wiretap bill spurs debate and protests in Italy

Arrests in secrent-agent ring rise to 11 as Russia criticizes ‘Cold War-era spy stories’

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Russian secret agents infiltrated US society for inside policymaking info, prosecutors say


Cyprus police arrest alleged Russian spy trying to catch flight to Hungary

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NY prosecutors: 10 Russian secret agents infiltrated US society for inside policymaking info

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Justice Department says 10 Russian secret agents have been arrested in US

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AP answers your questions on the news, from crime committed by immigrants to El Nino’s effects

Ask AP: Crime by immigrants, El Nino’s effects

Pentagon bans 4 Guantanamo reporters who published name of witness after being told not to

Pentagon bans 4 Gitmo reporters for naming witness

NYC judge orders filmmaker to turn over outtakes of documentary on Chevron-Ecuador legal fight

NYC judge to ‘Crude’ filmmaker: Hand over footage

Nigeria: Lagos journalist gunned down at home, 2 others killed in religious violence in Jos

Nigeria: 3 journalists killed in weekend violence

Nigeria: Journalist for Lagos daily newspaper killed by armed men at his home

Nigerian newspaper journalist shot dead

LAGOS, Nigeria — Police say a Nigerian journalist has been shot and killed by gunmen who raided his home.

French TV station airs pleas of Taliban hostages who face death threat

French TV bends to Taliban, airs hostage pleas

Lawyers for Chicago police seek notes of Wash. journalism professor who questioned boy’s guilt

Chicago police seek notes of Washington professor

Head of Mexico’s largest newspaper chain: Journalist safety challenge amid drug cartel threats

Media CEO: Journalist safety a challenge in Mexico

Judge OKs use of evidence from other alleged attacks on women in Ohio serial-killer trial

Attack evidence OK’d in Ohio serial-killer case

Author Gerald Posner acknowledges failure to source material for new book

Posner says he failed to source material for book

US Virgin Islands jury orders newspaper, reporter to pay former judge $240K in libel case

Virgin Islands jury finds newspaper libeled judge

Israeli journalist investigating immigration arrested by Egyptian officials along the border

Egypt arrests Israeli journalist along the border

Press group says 8 journalists kidnapped in Mexican border city; 1 dead, 2 released

Press group: 8 reporters kidnapped in Mexican city

Journalists bear brunt of government crackdown in Iran, says watchdog

Iran tops list of jailers of journalists in world

Mexican police say drug cartel’s hit men killed journalist, dissolved body in acid

Mexican police say drug hit men killed journalist

Some states consider ban on public release of 911 tapes; callers complain of breached privacy

States eye ban on public release of 911 calls

With release of pope gunman, Turks recall another shooting by the same man _ this one fatal

Pope gunman’s release jars Turkey

ISTANBUL — The release of the Turkish man who shot the pope in 1981 has unsettled Turks who remember him for another crime — the killing of journalist Abdi Ipekci, whose calls for tolerance still resonate in a divided nation.

Media outlets supporting Northwestern University’s fight of subpoena seeking students’ grades

Northwestern University fights subpoena for grades