Latest News for: American journalist


Fiancée of Khashoggi accuses US of ‘hiding the facts’ about murder

Press TV 31 Jul 2021
The Turkish fiancée of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has accused the American authorities of hiding the facts over his brutal murder in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018. The dissident journalist was murdered on October 2, 2018, after he entered the Saudi consulate to ...

Friendship forged in hell: When John McCarthy was taken hostage in Beirut his bond with ...

The Daily Mail 31 Jul 2021
On March 16, 1986 a young television journalist named John McCarthy set off for a month’s assignment for Worldwide Television News (WTN) in the divided city of Beirut ... Together with friends she has organised an all-night vigil at St Bride’s in Fleet Street, the journalists’ church ... Iranian-American journalist at the center of Iran kidnapping...

Ruth Pearl, mother of slain journalist who turned her grief into activism, dies at 85

Finger Lakes Times 31 Jul 2021
Instead, they went the opposite direction, founding the Daniel Pearl Foundation and giving journalists from the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North Africa an opportunity to work in American newsrooms.

Tom Hanks Joins Latest Wes Anderson Movie | Game Rant

Game Rant 31 Jul 2021
Wes Anderson's latest movie The French Dispatch has not even hit theaters yet but the acclaimed filmmaker is already prepping his next feature ... RELATED. Henry Cavill And All-Star Cast Join Matthew Vaughn's New Spy Thriller ... The movie tells various stories of journalists stationed at an American newspaper outpost in a French city ... Source.

A literary symposium: ‘The Things They Wrote. The Stories They Told’

Bangor Daily News 31 Jul 2021
Peter Frank Davis, is an American filmmaker, author, novelist and journalist. His film Hearts and Minds, about American military action in Vietnam, won the Best Feature Documentary Academy Award in 1974 ... the Children’s Book Council and the American Library Association.

Maintaining democratic freedoms essential for Tunisian economy: Analysts

Anadolu Agency 31 Jul 2021
By Alaa Hammoudi ... A ... Journalist and economic analyst Jannat Ben Abdallah told Anadolu Agency that she believes "the American position in continuing cooperation with Tunisia is positive and can at least give guarantees at the level of global financial markets and investors, provided that Tunisia does not deviate from its peaceful path." ... .

There may not be fans at the Olympics, but there’s plenty of support

Golf 31 Jul 2021
Getty Images. KAWAGOE, JapanThere are no roars at the Olympic golf competition this week, but it’s not hard locating Hideki Matsuyama. Japan’s native son has had the largest gallery all week, even without spectators allowed at Kasumigaseki Country Club ... Sean Zak ... 9 ... He was happy to talk with this American journalist, just not during the round ... .

'Outing' of priest shines light on power -- and partisanship -- of Catholic media

TDN 30 Jul 2021
In 2014, the Boston Globe, with the help of journalist John Allen, founded Crux to report on the Vatican for an American Catholic audience. Catholic journalists not only report on the church itself, they aim to offer a Catholic perspective on broader American stories.

Hillsdale College’s 1776 Curriculum

Black Hills Pioneer 30 Jul 2021
On July 19, Hillsdale College released the 1776 Curriculum, a package of American history and civics materials for students in kindergarten through 12th grade ... Katherine O’Toole contrasted what she described as Hillsdale’s “truly American” curriculum with its “partisan” competitors ... It is a truly American education.”.

‘The current Afghan state is finished’

Dawn 30 Jul 2021
He said he was a journalist with the Mujahideen in the late 1980s and then briefly on the government side ... Senior journalist Zahid Hussain, the second speaker, said the rapid developments in Afghanistan after the drawing down of American forces have been quite spectacular but not unexpected.

Commentary: Stefani Buhajla — Canceled is the new American culture

Journal Courier 30 Jul 2021
For most of American history, this response would be unfathomable ... Journalists and editors get fired for printing differing opinions — even if they don’t agree with that opinion themselves ... aren’t careful, it could become a defining characteristic of American culture for posterity.

Why People Don’t Trust 'the Science', by Gregory Hood

The Unz Review 30 Jul 2021
Politicians, public health authorities, and many journalists demand that Americans trust “the science,” but “the science” is often not science but dogma ... Most Americans are not going to read clinical studies; even fewer can understand them ... Two months ago, President Biden told vaccinated Americans they didn’t need to wear masks.

David Carroll: Let’s go to the mailbox

Walker & Catoosa County News 30 Jul 2021
What if media outlets conspired to cover up or downplay the emergence of a virus that has taken the lives of 600,000 Americans, so far? What would be the outcry about that? And now with this new threat, should journalists just look the other way? Sadly, some cable hosts do, and they have a large, vulnerable audience.

Unvaccinated US swimmer in hot water over maskless interview

New York Post 30 Jul 2021
A columnist for the newspaper tweeted photos of a maskless Andrew — who has been dubbed the “highest profile unvaccinated” American Olympian — in the mixed zone, where journalists can speak with athletes after events ... Asked why he chose to be the lone American not wearing a mask, the 6-foot-6 swimmer said.

Biden to require federal workers to get vaccine or regular tests

Crains Detroit Business 30 Jul 2021
The president on Thursday pleaded with Americans to get shots, urging them not to view vaccination as a partisan issue, as many do, and called on states to offer $100 incentives for the unvaccinated. He sought to reassure Americans that vaccines work and can prevent people from dying.