The Qatar-funded television network is paying the price for its boldness and support of the Muslim Brotherhood. As it downsizes, it needs to reach a new audience.
Hamdi al-Bukari missing since Monday night while covering ongoing combat in Taiz.
The news outlet says it will cease operations by April 30, citing economic challenges in the U.S. media market.
Qatari-based news network cites unsustainable business model as reason for shut down.
The former prime minister urges the incumbent leader to stop fighting the U.S. on the Iran deal, calls Netanyahu's UN speech a 'great performance.'
Moussa Abu Marzouk says Israel lied about the 28-year-old Israeli of Ethiopian descent who has been missing since September when he entered Gaza Strip.
Ahmed Mansour was convicted in absentia by a Cairo court of torturing a lawyer, a charge his lawyers and reporters' groups call politically motivated.
Ahmed Mansour sentenced in absentia in Cairo for torturing lawyer in Tahrir Square in 2011; media outlet denies charges.
News network advances 'pro-Arabic/Middle Eastern agenda, often at the expense of Jewish people,' channel’s former senior vice president of programming and documentaries claims.
Ex-employee filed $15 million lawsuit last week against network for being fired after complaining about senior VP's alleged anti-Jewish, anti-U.S. and sexist views.