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Frederike Geerdink: The Dutch journalist facing five years in prison in Turkey for 'terrorist propaganda' after highlighting the struggle of the Kurds

'I was really flabbergasted,' says Ms Geerdink, who tells Chris Green why she is determined to stay and fight

Freedom of Information Act 10 years on: How the legislation changed journalism

The FOI Act came into force in 1996, launching a new era in politics, information and journalism

Snapchat Discover introduced to lure news organisations to controversial picture-sharing app

New feature sends out stories from Vice, CNN and others

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25 years of The Independent on Sunday: The stories, the writers and the changes over the last quarter of a century

On 28 January 1990, the very first issue was published. Susie Mesure revisits 25 stories and writers, while staff who were there on day one, and still work here now, remember the early days

The Sun has issued a 'correction and clarification'

Page 3: Topless model appears in The Sun for first time in almost a week

The No To Page 3 campaign group, who had all but declared victory in their battle to have the feature axed, said the 'fight might be back on'

Newspaper stands have been criticised by the Child Eyes campaign

The Sun drops page 3? No More Page Three hails 'historic moment' amid reports tabloid newspaper has cancelled topless models

The newspaper has been showing topless models on Page Three for 40 years

Cosmopolitan uses powerful image of girl suffocating in plastic to front Britain's Lost Women report in protest against honour killing

The coverline reads ‘Shafilea was suffocated by her parents in front of her siblings’

A man takes part in a Unity rally in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by extremist Islamists.

Charlie Hebdo: Where to read first edition since Paris terror attacks

As many as 3 million copies of the special issue are to be printed in France

A tribute to Charlie Hebdo carried in French newspaper, L'Equipe

Charlie Hebdo: the presses roll again this week

Bereft staff complete a 'survivors' issue' to go on sale this week
Strip tease: James Gillray’s 1805 cartoon showing British PM William Pitt and Napoleon Bonaparte carving up the world between them

Charlie Hebdo attack: The battle between political cartoonists and the forces of censorship has been going on for centuries

John Walsh traces the rich history of political satire and its power to provoke extreme reactions

A journalist works in the Paris newsroom of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, in 2006

What is Charlie Hebdo? A magazine banned and resurrected but always in the grand tradition of Gallic satire

Original incarnation banned in 1970 after printing a mock death notice for General Charles de Gaulle

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Gay rights activists defy Ugandan laws by publishing new LGBTI magazine

Thirty thousand copies of 'Bombastic' are to be circulated by hand - and the effect will be inflammatory in the socially conservative country
Ed Richards, the retiring head of Ofcom, has accused government representatives of showing favouritism to Rupert Murdoch’s companies

Government favoured Rupert Murdoch's media empire, says outgoing Ofcom chief

Ed Richards believes relations between politicians and News Corp were 'too cosy'

Beny Steinmetz made his fortune in diamond trading

Victory for press freedom as billionaire fails legal bid to force anti-bribery group to hand over ‘evidence’

Information Commissioner rejected request from Beny Steinmetz to reveal Global Witness' files

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Tory MP is told to stop pestering his constituents

Gavin Barwell's campaigns are a 'running joke' and blatant electioneering, says local paper
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Mark Zuckerberg’s hiring policy might suit him – but it wouldn’t work for me

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Russia's gulag museum 'makes no mention' of Stalin's atrocities

Russia's gulag museum

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The big fresh food con

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Paris Fashion Week 2015

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Paul Scholes column: I don't believe Jonny Evans was spitting at Papiss Cissé. It was a reflex. But what the Newcastle striker did next was horrible

Paul Scholes column

I don't believe Evans was spitting at Cissé. It was a reflex. But what the Newcastle striker did next was horrible
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From the Azteca to Vicarage Road with a million followers

Miguel Layun is a star in Mexico where he was criticised for leaving to join Watford. But he says he sees the bigger picture
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Khan ready to meet winner of Mayweather v Pacquiao

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Baghdad fights to win back Tikrit from Isis – but then what?

Patrick Cockburn reports from Kirkuk on a conflict which sectarianism has made intractable