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BBC says its team was harassed ahead of China congress

The BBC says one of its crews was harassed and forced to sign a confession by unidentified thugs and local officials in central China, as the journalists were trying to interview a petitioner ahead of the country's annual parliamentary session.

Report: German intelligence spied on BBC, other foreign journalists

Germany's intelligence agency monitored foreign journalists at the BBC, the New York Times and other news organizations from 1999 onwards across several countries, according to a Friday report from Der Spiegel magazine.

Thai prime minister: "no exception" for BBC on royal insults

Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-ocha said in a press conference Wednesday there is no exception for British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in regards to being prosecuted for lese-majesty after the broadcaster published online a controversial biography on Thailand's new King Rama X.

Turkey releases BBC correspondent detained in restive south-east

BBC correspondent Hatice Kamer was released by Turkish police on Sunday, a day after she was detained while reporting in the restive south-east of the country, the British Broadcasting Corporation reported.

North Korea expels BBC journalists

North Korea has expelled a BBC journalist and his team because he had been "speaking very ill of the system" in his reporting, the British broadcaster said Monday.