Journalists around the world must be able to report on ‘dark side of power’, says Hunt
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 () Ensuring that journalists are able to shed light on oppression and “the dark side of power” is not just a Western value but a “universal cause”, the foreign secretary is due to say at the opening of a major international media conference in London. An unprecedented number of delegates, from over a hundred countries, including more than 60 ministers as well as 1,500 journalists, academics and campaigners are due at the meeting aimed at protecting freedom of expression and shielding members of the media from violence and intimidation. A range of cases of targeting the journalists will be examined. They include the murders of the Jamal Khashoggi, in which Saudi officials are key suspects:...
Massive Blackout Leaves Parts of NYC in the Dark for Hours According to the 'New York Post,' the outage left just over 70,000 without power this past Saturday night. Initially, city officials say the..
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Widespread power outages were reported in parts of New York City’s Manhattan borough on Saturday evening. According to Reuters, subway stations were affected and street lights were out on part of the..