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Qatari satellite broadcaster Al Jazeera says that its correspondents in Sudan have had their work permits withdrawn by security officials
Snap, owner of Snapchat, has removed Qatar-based news service Al Jazeera from its platform in Saudi Arabia amid an ongoing feud between the gulf states.
Israel's communications minister has said he wants to shut down pan-Arab broadcaster Al Jazeera in the country.
Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries that have cut ties to Qatar have issued a steep list of demands to end the crisis.
Qatari media group will not be discussed in any negotiations: Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani.
Egypt has blocked several media websites, including those belonging to the Qatari Al-Jazeera news channel and an opposition television station based in Turkey, a security official says. .
Egyptian prosecutors have extended the detention of an Al Jazeera journalist accused of incitement and fabricating news for another 15 days, officials say.
Egypt has arrested a journalist with the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera broadcaster, police officials say, in the latest move against the network it accuses of supporting Islamist opposition.
Intense monsoon rains have caused widespread problems across southern and eastern China.
An Egyptian court has sentenced six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly leaking documents related to national security.
Amid recalls, ethics investigations and low production, Tesla faces growing scrutiny from critics and investors.
Egypt has blocked internet access to the website of an international media watchdog that provides support for journalists and champions media freedoms.
Arab states that have cut ties with Qatar began talks in Egypt on Wednesday to discuss their next move in the Gulf diplomatic crisis, after Doha said their demands were impossible to meet.
South Sudan's media authority will lift a ban on around 20 foreign journalists who had been refused access to the country, a top media official says.
Doha-based news broadcaster Al Jazeera says it has suffered numerous massive cyber-attacks on its online platforms and social networks.
South Sudan's government has banned Al Jazeera English staff from working in the country, press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders says in a statement condemning the move.
Egypt has ordered the detention for 15 days of an Al-Jazeera journalist accused of incitement and fabricating news, a prosecution official says.
State Security Minister David Mahlobo is considering suing Al Jazeera and several publications over reports relating to his alleged link to a rhino poaching syndicate.
Al-Jazeera has strongly condemned the death sentence for espionage against two of the network's journalists by an Egyptian court, in what human rights groups have dismissed as a politicised case and a sham trial.
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