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Latest update : 2012-12-06

'New York Post' photo sparks ethics debate

A front page photo of a man about to be hit by a subway has sparked a media ethics debate. Could the photographer have intervened? Should the New York Post have published it? Also, an Australian radio prank on the hospital where Kate Middleton is staying, plus a French TV channel gets the story wrong on who the father of the unborn royal baby is!

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2015-04-27 Nepal

Nepal earthquake on social media

Social media platforms have been helping establish if victims of the earthquake in Nepal are safe or not - we take a look at how. Elsewhere, a lighter story has been going viral...

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2015-04-24 Armenian genocide

Controversy reigns, 100 years after Armenian genocide

The political and moral arguments continue as the world marks the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. MediaWatch takes a look at the images, quotes and articles that are...

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2015-04-23 migrant

#MigrantLivesMatter trends online

After almost 1,000 would-be migrants died when their makeshift boat capsized in the Mediterranean, NGOs and others are using social media to pressure European leaders into...

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2015-04-22 Marine Le Pen

French 'anti-terror' bill boosted by foiled attack

A thwarted attack on two churches outside Paris has shone the spotlight on proposed anti-terror legislation that would strengthen intelligence resources through increased...

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2015-04-21 Mohammed Morsi

Reactions to 'bookkeeper of Auschwitz' trial

Oskar Gröning admits moral guilt as his trial opens - we take a look at reactions to what will be one of the last Nazi trials in Germany. We also take a look at reactions to the...

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