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Speaks with jihadists

German-born Mekhennet has focused her investigative career on diving into militant Islamist networks. She spoke to Sabine Kieselbach about her job’s dangers and why it is important to speak to jihadists.

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10.04.2018 | 13:10

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Uighur journalist Gulchehra Hoja: ‘I have my own sad story to tell’

DW spoke to Uighur journalist Gulchehra Hoja who, along with some of her colleagues, accuses the Chinese authorities of arresting her family members as retribution for her reports about the plight of the Uighurs.

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07.03.2018 | 17:21

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“Women journalists bring a whole new type of journalism”

Kiran Nazish is the founding director for the Coalition For Women In Journalism. She established several media and tech projects at the most prestigious university in Pakistan LUMS and was a professor for International Journalism and Conflict Reporting in India at O. P. Jindal Global University. Ms. Nazish has worked with the New York Times in New York, covered conflict for many years in Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Afghanistan and Mexico. Based on her global experience and insight into journalism she felt the need to build the Coalition For Women Journalists of all backgrounds

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07.03.2018 | 15:41

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Under The Spotlight: Women In Media

Despite attacks and confrontations, the number of women journalists, who continue to brave the tremendous odds to carve a niche for themselves in the world of print, TV, digital and radio, is on the rise. (This image is for representational purposes only)

Despite attacks and confrontations, the number of women journalists, who continue to brave the tremendous odds to carve a niche for themselves in the world of print, TV, digital and radio, is on the rise. (This image is for representational purposes only)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arifa Noor, resident editor of ‘Dawn’, a daily newspaper published from Islamabad, Pakistan, describes her role as a woman journalist in the following words: “It’s my job to think differently – on war, on politics, on crime and everything else that is covered by the paper I edit. I am here to provide diversity, to celebrate difference. Women are not here [the media] to be limited to a topic or an issue. We are here and we are the difference.”

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26.06.2015 | 12:42

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India’s fascination with ‘foreign’ things

 

Tavleen Singh is an Indian columnist, political reporter and writer. Her latest book ‘Durbar’ is a memoir of her career as a journalist during the time Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were the prime ministers of India. She gives us an insight into the workings of the world’s largest democracy through her travels and the people she met. 

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20.02.2013 | 10:07

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