Ukrainian activists debunk Russian propagandaIn this edition: Ukrainian activists debunk Russian propaganda; Google Doodles under fire; and an American dad mirroring his baby girl.
In The Papers
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
'One person's saviour is another person's conqueror'INTERNATIONAL PRESS - Thurs. 06.03.14: International papers focus on the National People’s Congress which kicked off in Beijing yesterday. Prime Minister Li Keqiang announced a swe...
Middle East Matters
MIDDLE EAST MATTERS
War in Syria: Damascus district on the verge of starvationThis week, the distribution of vital food aid stops as fighting once again breaks out in the Yarmouk district south of the Syrian capital Damascus. Next, hundreds of thousands of u...
RUSSIA - TODAY
Kremlin-funded news anchor speaks out against RussiaAbby Martin, an American presenter on the English-language Russia Today news channel, went spectacularly off message on Monday night when she criticised Russian intervention in Ukr...
Ukraine: Activists work to counter Russian narrativeIn this edition: Ukrainian activists take issue with Russian television coverage; Ugandan women protest against sexual harassment; and an alternative way to go sightseeing in Israe...
Amity Gaige explores a troubled mindClovis Casali's guest is American author Amity Gaige, whose third novel focuses on the issues of identity and deceit. In "Schroder", she explores the mind of a troub...
SYRIA - SPAIN
Spanish journalist kidnapped in Syria releasedA Spanish journalist who was kidnapped by al-Qaeda-linked militants in Syria last year has been released by his captors, Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced on Sunday.
Proxy war in Ukraine?We take a look at coverage in the media of tensions between the US / EU and Russia in the aftermath of Yanukovich's overthrow in Ukraine. Is it a US-backed coup, as some in th...
In The Papers
In the world papers
'US media misrepresents Sochi and Kiev'We look at the Kiev Post's coverage of continued bloodshed in Ukraine. And at the analysis in The Guardian. Canada's Globe and Mail and the Moscow Times focus on Putin...
Al Jazeera journalists arrested for 'harming' Egypt's securityEgyptian police have arrested Australian and Egyptian Al Jazeera journalists for broadcasting news that "harmed domestic security", the interior ministry said Monday. The...
Uganda's anti-gay lawWe take a look at reaction in the media to Uganda's proposed anti-gay legislation which would potentially see homosexuals imprisoned for life. Also in today's show, how t...