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Latest update : 2013-03-20

The Iraq War and the media

The media was laregely criticised for irresponsible journalism in the run-up to the Iraq War. Respected media institutions such as the New York Times endorsed the war based on flawed information about WMD, some of it leaked from the Bush administration. Ten years on, have the lessons been learnt? Also, symbols of a more humble papacy and Le Monde is accused of destroying an Argentinian photographer's archives.

By James CREEDON

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2016-07-27 media

FRANCE 24 amongst French media to stop publishing jihadists' photos

How can the media limit the sensationalism of coverage of terror attacks? We take a look at some concrete initiatives.

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2016-07-26 France

Online reactions to French church attack

French politicians take to social media with many criticizing the government's management of the terror threat; this after a church in Normandy was targeted in the Islamist...

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2016-07-25 Democrats (USA)

Leaked emails overshadow Democratic convention

#DNCleaks is trending online after a massive data dump by Wikileaks showing favouritism for Hillary Clinton within the Democratic National Committee. Also, renowned pollster Nate...

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2016-07-21 Brexit

Is Theresa May hoping to divide Paris and Berlin in Brexit negotiations?

'Le Monde' is analysing Theresa May's trips to Berlin and Paris and wonders if they are not a bid to play the two cities off against each other in Brexit negotiations. We take a...

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2016-07-20 Syria

#PrayForSyria trends after dozens of civilians die in coalition airstrikes

'Le Monde' has called it the biggest blunder so far in coalition airstrikes in Syria - dozens of civilians are reportedly dead after US, French and UK warplanes struck a town...

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