Demonstrators Call for Investigation of Ruben Espinosa's Murder

Demonstrators Call for Investigation of Ruben Espinosa's Murder

Demonstrators in Mexico City march with a portrait of slain photojournalist Ruben Espinosa during a protest to demand a government investigation. Photo: Eneas De Troya (flickr)

Malaysia Suspends Two Publications after Reporting on Government Scandal

Malaysia Suspends Two Publications after Reporting on Government Scandal

Malaysia has ordered two newspapers to stop publishing for three months due to reporting on a financial scandal involving Prime Minister Najib Razak, on right. Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images

Rezaian Case Cloaked in Secrecy

Rezaian Case Cloaked in Secrecy

Ali Rezaian, right, brother of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, answers questions at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images

White House Changes Policy on Hostage Negotiation

White House Changes Policy on Hostage Negotiation

President Barack Obama announces changes to the government's hostage policy on June 24. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

China Escalates Campaign Against Critical Voices

China Escalates Campaign Against Critical Voices

Left to right: Sarah Cook, Kathleen McLaughlin, William Holstein, Jerome A. Cohen and Ying Zhu during a panel on China's crackdown on civil society.

Photos: 2015 OPC Awards Dinner

Photos: 2015 OPC Awards Dinner

Guests mingle during the before-dinner reception. Please check out our slide show of photos from this year's Annual Awards Dinner. Photo: Michael Dames.

Infographic: The Threat to Journalists Has Become a Vicious Cycle

Infographic: The Threat to Journalists Has Become a Vicious Cycle

This graphic from Dateline magazine by Heather Jones, with reporting by Emily Barone and Jack Linshi, illustrates the rising tide of violence and incarceration against journalists around the world.

Dateline: A Most Violent Year

Dateline: A Most Violent Year

An Islamic State militant just after an air strike. Read Douglas Jehl's "A Most Violent Year" in Dateline magazine on upheaval in 2014. Photo by Bulent Kilic, who won the 2014 John Faber Award.

5 THE JOHN FABER AWARD

5 THE JOHN FABER AWARD

Bulent Kilic, winner of this year's John Faber Award, captured turmoil during Ukraine's revolution. Protesters burn as a barricade catches fire during clashes with police in Kiev in February 2014.

3 THE ROBERT CAPA GOLD MEDAL AWARD

3 THE ROBERT CAPA GOLD MEDAL AWARD

Marcus Bleasdale viscerally captured brutal violence in the Central African Republic. He won the 2014 Robert Capa Gold Medal Award for his work.

OPC Annual Awards Dinner to Honor Foreign Correspondents Under Threat

Overseas Press Club of America

“Free Press Under Fire” is the theme of this year’s Dateline magazine, which will be distributed at the OPC’s Annual Awards Dinner on April 30. Two reporters with first-hand knowledge of the challenges and dangers facing international journalists today will be featured at the dinner, as well as the OPC’s efforts to improve training for those who report in crisis zones. Read more...

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Activists Call for More Media Coverage of Women's Voices in Fight Against Extremism

Overseas Press Club of America

When reporting on an international crisis, it’s critical for journalists to seek out the voices of women. Read more...

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Junger Offers Wisdom and Urges Caution at OPC Foundation Scholar Awards Luncheon

Overseas Press Club of America

This year’s OPC Foundation Scholar Awards Luncheon featured stories of inspiration and optimism -- a welcome antidote to a year of tragic news for foreign correspondents. Read more...

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Video Memoir: Kathy Gannon

Overseas Press Club of America

In this Video Memoir interview, Kathy Gannon, Special Regional Correspondent for Afghanistan and Pakistan for the Associated Press, speaks about her career as a journalist. She was working with Pulitzer Prize winning AP photojournalist Anja Niedringhaus when they were shot in Afghanistan while covering the upcoming elections. Read more...

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Praise Needed for Unnamed Heroes Behind the Camera

Overseas Press Club of America

Behind every television news report from violent regions of the world are cameramen and women who put their lives at risk to shoot images needed to tell the story. Sadly, those heroes go largely unnamed and their work unattributed. In an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal, John Reverand calls for an industry-wide change in this practice, for television networks and wire agencies to start crediting their camerapeople with the same care that news organizations credit photographers and reporters. Read more...

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