📝 JOURNALISM: US are going to investigate reporter’s death in Palestine, NPR opens Kyiv bureau, Facebook won’t fact-check Trump.
1️⃣ US DOJ opened an investigation into the fatal shooting of Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. Oficial Israel calls the probe a “grave mistake”. Abu Akleh’s supporters accuse Israel of intentionally killing the 51-year-old / AP
2️⃣ NPR News plans to open a Kyiv bureau led by international correspondent Joanna Kakissis for more “consistency and depth” in covering the war / Radio Ink
3️⃣ Steven Ginsberg, a longtime editor at The Washington Post, will start as editor of sport news media The Athletic in January / NYT
4️⃣ The Boston Globe announces NPR SVP for News Nancy Barnes will be its next editor, succeeding Brian McGrory on February 1 to become the first woman in the role / Boston Globe
5️⃣ Facebook’s fact-checkers will need to stop fact-checking former President Donald Trump following the announcement that he is running for president. Because “political speech is ineligible for fact-checking” / CNN