The journalism world has experienced a chaotic news cycle this past month including the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, the media crackdown in Tanzania, the disappearance of an award-winning Chinese journalist, the emergence of digital India and so much more.
Recent coverage about murdered Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi has focused on Trump’s lack of action but politicians on Capital Hill are trying to draft legislation that would hold Saudi Arabia accountable for multiple human rights violations.
“The Arab world needs a modern version of the old transnational media so citizens can be informed about global events. More important, we need to provide a platform for Arab voices.” This was Jamal Khashoggi’s message in his last column for The Washington Post before
In the wake of Jamal Khashoggi’s death, all of America’s major media outlets have withdrawn from the Future Investment Initiative Conference in Riyadh.
In the past year alone, a confirmed 44 journalists were killed worldwide. In September, a female journalist from Bulgaria was found raped and murdered in Germany on October 6. Just this week, the suspicious disappearance of Washington Post Correspondent Jamal Kashoggi has left many wondering
Instead of reporting on the intricacies of OPEC, news outlets stuck to covering the organization in the context of Trump’s tweet.
Tension between Saudi Arabia and Canada is on the rise as Canada refuses to take back it’s call out on Saudi Arabia’s human rights record.
Yemen’s humanitarian crisis has been difficult to cover, as journalists are having trouble gaining access to the country.