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Latest update : 2013-01-31

Coca Cola versus France Télévisions

Coca Cola is allegedly threatening to stop all advertising deals with France 2 over a documentary the state broadcaster ran earlier this month. Also, a cartoon of Benjamin Netanyahu in The Sunday Times causes anger amongst Jewish groups and prompts an apology from the Murdoch-owned paper.

By James CREEDON

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2014-08-26 eurozone

French government crisis: 'Krankreich' not Frankreich

The French government reshuffle drew one major surprise: the appointment of former Rothschild banker, 36-year-old Emmanuel Macron, as Economy Minister. Hollande and Valls have...

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2014-08-25 François Hollande

It never rains but it pours for François Hollande

The French government is dissolved and a full reshuffle announced: we look at buzz and analysis. Meanwhile, it's 70 years since the Liberation of Paris and François Hollande is...

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2014-08-22 Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu deletes tweet featuring photo of James Foley

There's controversy in the media over a photo tweeted by the official Twitter account of the Prime Minister of Israel... The photo shows James Foley, a journalist killed by ISIS...

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2014-08-21 unrest

Media accused of pro-protester bias in Ferguson

A new amateur video shows the police shooting an African-American man dead in St. Louis in what appears to be a disproportionate use of force; the incident has drawn widespread...

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2014-08-20 Journalism

'New York Post' slammed for publishing Foley execution images

#ISISMediaBlackout trended today on Twitter as web users appealed to one another not to share images of the execution of American journalist James Foley. We also look at a Vanity...

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