Arab journalists declare war on terrorists and hostile governments

The Arab Journalists Union (AJU) on Wednesday declared a “media war” against terrorists and hostile governments in Arab countries. Yehya Kallash, Head of Egyptian Journalists Union made the declaration on behalf of AJU at a ceremony in Cairo to mark “Arab Day for Free Press”.

Ghanaweb, MyJoyOnline Starrfm are a Disgrace to Journalism!

Nothing could have tarnished the image of Ghanaian journalism more than the utter shameful conduct of Ghanaweb, MyJoyOnline, and Starrfm in the absolute LIE they headlined on their websites yesterday, February 4th, about the Chief of Staff to President Mahama, Prosper Bani.
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