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Ethiopia court finds Swedish journalists guilty of supporting terrorism

"Guilty as charged, period, unanimous vote. They have shown that they are esteemed journalists, but we cannot conclude that someone with a good reputation doesn't engage in criminal acts," Judge Shemsu Sirgaga told the court.

Police investigate news agencies over Mandela surveillance cameras

A special police task force began investigating after cameras were found posted at a house directly across from Mandela's rural home in the Eastern Cape, where he has spent much of the past year. 

Leveson inquiry: JK Rowling, Sienna Miller describe British tabloids' harassment

Unscrupulous journalists camped outside Rowling's house and even tried to use her five-year-old daughter to get inside information, the Harry Potter author said.

James Murdoch resigns from newspaper boards

Murdoch, who is Rupert Murdoch's son, will still be chairman of the News Corp unit that houses its British newspapers, called the News International division.

South African MPs approve controversial secrecy bill

Journalists wearing black protested outside ANC party headquarters while South African luminaries from the Archbishop Desmond Tutu to writer Nadine Gordimer spoke out against the bill.

Chelsea Clinton becomes latest celebrity turned journalist (PHOTOS)

When fame isn't enough, celebrities turn to reporting. 

Chelsea Clinton becomes latest celebrity turned journalist

When fame isn't enough, celebrities turn to reporting. 

Chelsea Clinton hired by NBC News as a special correspondent

Clinton is the second daughter of a former U.S. president to work for NBC: Jenna Bush Hager works as a correspondent for the Today show.

Ethiopia: Swedish journalists are 'messenger boys of a terrorist organization'

Two Swedish journalists face trial on Thursday in Ethiopia on terrorism charges after being arrested for being involved with a firefight between the country’s rebel and government troops.

Opinion: American media loses focus

LONDON — U.S. politicians are avoiding big questions about the Middle East and the media are helping them out. 
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