Where is Ethiopia's Tigray war headed? Al Jazeera is given access to the contentious Amhara-Tigray border area and an interview with an Amhara leader. @AJStream discusses reporting on the region LIVE on YouTube:
Israel targeted and then destroyed the Al Jazeera office in Gaza. It bombed the building where Al Jazeera and Associated Press journalists worked, after giving them a warning to leave. Attacking journalists and media organizations is illegal under international law.
This is the moment Israeli police arrested and assaulted Al Jazeera's Givara Budeiri, who was covering a demonstration in Sheikh Jarrah. Her arrest drew sharp condemnation from press freedom advocates and media watchdogs ⬇
⭕ LIVE footage of the moment an Israeli air raid bombed the offices of Al Jazeera and The Associated Press in Gaza City ⬇️ 🔴 LIVE updates:
“I have been working here for 11 years. I have been covering many events from this building ... now everything, in two seconds, just vanished.” - Al Jazeera’s Safwat al-Kahlout. Israel bombs offices of Al Jazeera and AP news agency. 🔴 LIVE updates:
An Israeli airstrike destroyed the Al Jazeera office in Gaza. The Israeli military warned they would hit the building that houses media organizations including the AP. Journalists who worked there had been reporting on the Israeli attacks on Gaza.
Israel just destroyed the Al-Jazeera and Associated Press offices in Gaza. In case it wasn't already clear, the IDF behaves this way because they know they can get away with it. To be effective, the international response must go far beyond the usual hand-wringing
If journalistic solidarity means anything whatsoever, it should mean, at the bare minimum, unreservedly speaking out about Israel wiping out the building housing media organisations such as Associated Press and Al-Jazeera