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New York Times journalist caught up in terror attack row leaves Nairobi

The New York Times has transferred Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura, the journalist who received a lot of flak over the coverage of the January 15...

Kenyan selling graphic Dusit attack photos for Sh50,000 online

The graphic photos have found their way to the auctioneers hammer for hundreds of dollars

New York Times unfazed as MCK heaps pressure over graphic photos

Media watchdog, New York Times stuck in stalemate as both sides refuse to cede ground

Media watchdog vs New York Times: Who will blink first?

While MCK demanded unconditional apology and pull down of graphic images used, NYT have maintained their stand on their publication

New York Times journalist staring at expulsion over graphic photos

The foreign media house remained defiant in using graphic images despite public uproar

For NYT journalist, terror from gory photos

Analysis of her work in Africa suggests she is built for the job but she has to first of all deal with a popularity problem she is facing at the moment

Foreign journalists defend New York Times editor over graphic photos

Kimiko de Freytas Tamura, the newspaper's bureau chief in Nairobi, has come under fire from Kenyans on Twitter after the photos published alongside her reporting

Arrogant New York Times fails to learn from CNN, Fox blunders

In one of the most insensitive replies to outrage on their reportage of the Riverside Attack, New York Times says uploading pictures of victims of deadly attacks is their 'editorial policy'

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