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Lebanon newspaper goes black to raise alarm over political crisis

Lebanon newspaper goes black to raise alarm over political crisis

A prominent Lebanese daily Thursday appeared on newsstands with a black front page in the second such protest by a local paper in less than a year over the country's lingering political crisis.

Bangladesh editors protest 'anti-press' digital law

Bangladesh editors protest 'anti-press' digital law

Bangladeshi newspaper editors on Monday staged a protest demanding sweeping amendments to a newly enacted digital law that journalists and rights groups say will curb freedom of expression.

Gulf Times staff member to leave Qatar after 36 years of service

Gulf Times staff member to leave Qatar after 36 years of service

Joffrey Francisco Pinto is leaving Qatar after putting in 36 years of service with the Gulf Times newspaper.

Britain's Pippa Middleton pregnant with first child, says newspaper

Britain's Pippa Middleton pregnant with first child, says newspaper

Britain's Pippa Middleton, the younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, is pregnant with her first child, The Sun on Sunday newspaper reported.

The second Aspire Lake Festival

The second Aspire Lake Festival

The second Aspire Lake Festival took spectators through half-hour ‘magical journey,’ featuring more than 40 artists and experts with a showcase of theatrical performances and fireworks displays at Aspire Park.

French newspaper marks Women's Day with higher price for men

French newspaper marks Women's Day with higher price for men

Left-wing French newspaper Liberation marked International Women's Day on Thursday by charging male readers a higher price than women.

Trial of Turkey opposition newspaper staff resumes

Trial of Turkey opposition newspaper staff resumes

The controversial trial of staff from Turkey's main opposition newspaper resumed on Monday in a case seen as a test for press freedom under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Pakistan's army assures its commitment to democracy

Pakistan's army assures its commitment to democracy

Pakistan's military on Wednesday sought to calm worries of a rift with the civilian government, emphasising its commitment to democracy in a country where the army has often seized power.

Britain's Osborne starts first day as newspaper editor

Britain's Osborne starts first day as newspaper editor

Former British finance minister George Osborne turned up on Tuesday to start work as a journalist, following last month's shock announcement that he would take the reins of London's main daily paper.

1st International Kite Festival at Aspire Park

1st International Kite Festival at Aspire Park

Qatar residents and visitors have the opportunity to witness some of the most beautiful and unique kites soaring through Doha’s skies for five days from Tuesday at the 1st International Kite Festival.

UK's 'Fake Sheikh' sting journalist jailed for 15 months

UK's 'Fake Sheikh' sting journalist jailed for 15 months

British journalist Mazher Mahmood, better known as the ‘Fake Sheikh’ who caught out a string of celebrities in tabloid stings, was on Friday jailed for 15 months for perverting the course of justice.

Malkovich wins damages from Le Monde over SwissLeaks story

Malkovich wins damages from Le Monde over SwissLeaks story

A French court on Friday ordered Le Monde newspaper to pay damages to US film star John Malkovich over a story falsely claiming he had a hidden Swiss bank account.