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Category:Associated Press print that page

This is the category for Associated Press , a well-known international news-gathering and reporting organisation. Latest stories Refresh this list to see the latest articles. 31 January 2015: South African apartheid assassin Eugene de Kock granted parole 27 December 2014: U.S. Senator

wikinews.org | 2015/9/22 1:13:55

Associated Press publishes 6 new "secret and confidential" Downing Street memos print that page

The Associated Press has put typed copies of six recently obtained internal British government documents concerning the lead-up to the war in Iraq on its website which are labeled "secret" or "confidential". The copies were provided by British reporter Michael Smith, who claims he destroyed

wikinews.org | 2016/6/16 1:06:22

Associated Press changes online fee structure to meet Internet demands print that page

The growing power of the Internet is clearly reflected in the decision, announced Tuesday, for the Associated Press to begin charging newspapers and broadcasters to post wire stories, photos, and other content on their online editions. The changes go into effect January 1, 2006. An advisory

wikinews.org | 2015/7/9 14:46:10

Associated Press goes after bloggers for copyright violation print that page

The Associated Press (AP) news agency has come under fire from the blogging community after issuing a number of DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown notices against bloggers who have used extracts from AP articles. Quoting from correspondence surrounding the takedown notices

wikinews.org | 2015/7/9 14:46:18

Five dead in attack in Pakistan print that page

the attacks, and over fifty more were injured, including a young Moroccan girl. According to the Associated Press , among the dead was a United States diplomat, a Pakistani official who worked at the consulate, a security guard for the consulate, and an unidentified woman. The driver of

wikinews.org | 2015/7/9 23:37:01

Associated Press will charge for online content in 2006 print that page

The Associated Press (AP) announced yesterday that it will charge its members for online content, starting on January 1, 2006. The decision occurred at its annual board meeting. Until the new pricing arrangement takes place, news sites that purchase AP content for their print editions have

wikinews.org | 2015/7/9 14:46:30

Wisconsin gunman named, could be charged in two states print that page

residents and leaving a fourth wounded Thursday night. Both the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Associated Press report that Johnson allegedly either raped or sexually assaulted a Michigan woman the day before the shooting. “I think he felt like a trapped animal after (the sexual

wikinews.org | 2015/7/10 23:48:40

Tony Snow, former White House Press Secretary and "Fox News Sunday" anchor, dies at age 53 print that page

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editorial writer for the Greensboro Record , and then served as an editor for the Newport News Daily Press in Virginia , the Detroit News and the Washington Times . Afterward, Snow became a nationally syndicated columnist, before becoming the director of speechwriting for President George

U.S. Pentagon releases Guantanamo detainees' names print that page

The United States Pentagon, under court orders, has released the names of hundreds of Guantánamo detainees. An Associated Press request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) brought about the release of the information, but the U.S. military is not being cooperative in doing so.

wikinews.org | 2015/7/10 19:43:44

Six policemen killed in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico print that page

with police in Ciudad Juarez have killed about 22,700 people since December 2006, according to the Associated Press . Have an opinion on this story? Post it! Sources Associated Press . " 6 Mexican police officers killed in Ciudad Juarez " —  Yahoo! News , April 23, 2010 Agecne

wikinews.org | 2015/7/10 15:43:44