Journalism

Sofia Airport starts Investigation after a Signal of Discrimination against Naomi Campbell

Sofia Airport begins a full investigation after a publication in the Daily Mail, which claims that world-famous model Naomi Campbell has fallen victim to racial discrimination by Bulgarian customs officials. Campbell was in Bulgaria from May 19 to 22 to advertise a global fashion brand.

Limits of Human Rights are Being Tested on Journalists – Report From the Debate „Influence of New Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Surveillance Technology on Freedom of Expression and the Media“

The OSCE ambassador underscored that the problem of surveillance and its impact on media freedoms is not just an issue for the Serbian government, but for European countries as well. Those who control information, control the future.

"Revenge awaits you"; The Russian people deserve the truth; "Sabotage"

U.S. authorities will adopt new sanctions against Russia tomorrow, aimed at banning investments in that country, sources close to the issue said. These sanctions will be adopted in coordination with the European Union and the Group of Seven most industrialized countries in the world, which consists of the United States, Canada, Japan, Germany, Great Britain, France and Italy.

Turkey Gives Foreign Media Short Deadline to Obtain Licence

Photo Illustration: Unsplash/Matt Chesin

If media outlets of Voice of America, VOA, Euronews and Deutsche Welle, DW, do not apply for a national licence, their websites will be blocked in Turkey, Ilhan Tasci, a board member at RTUK from the main opposition Republican People's Party, warned on Wednesday.

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