Danish citizen Salah Salem Saleh Sulaiman, 46, was charged with spreading false news over his claim that police arrived 50 minutes after a distress call was falsified by a court.
If Facebook wants to maintain its status as the world's biggest social media network it will need to rebuild trust, yes, but more importantly it will need to share a piece of the pie.
Reporting on the Rohingya crisis carries with it layers of complexity that often go unnoticed by the public at large. The violence faced by the Rohingya at the hands of the Myanmar government is just one part of what the community endures.
Message was Baghdadi's first purported audio communication in almost a year during which Daesh lost much of its so-called caliphate.
Israel accuses the award-winning network of supporting terrorism and decided to close the network's Jerusalem bureau, despite charges of a media clampdown.
Up until recently it was Latin America's only English-language daily newspaper. But despite the move to becoming a weekly, the newspaper is set to close down.
Britain's media secretary Karen Bradley said she was persuaded that 21st Century Fox's bid could give the Murdoch family too much influence over the media.
Women appear on screens across Afghanistan reading news. But at Zan TV, launched earlier this year, they are the decision makers driving its content.
Ailes, who was the founding chief executive of Fox News channel, died suddenly.
During his visit to CIA headquarters, the US president denied any feud with the intelligence agency and reiterated his resolve to "eradicate" terrorism "from the face of the earth."
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks at a gala in Ankara celebrating Turkey's English language public broadcaster.
When nuclear-armed rivals Pakistan and India exchange fire, world leaders rush to make peace. But within these two countries the media pushes the countries closer to the brink.
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