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Latest update : 2014-11-14

Climate change blunders and big 'cats' on the loose

Climate change remains at the top of the agenda, but perhaps for the wrong reasons. The Chinese President's innovative media relations approach triggers a new Barack Obama meme. The Australian Prime Minister lands himself in hot water after his climate change approach comes under fire. And here in France, the nation has been gripped with news that a tiger is on the loose near Paris. It's being taken very seriously here at home, not so much in the UK though.

By Halla MOHIEDDEEN

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2018-09-18 MediaWatch

Maduro: Let them eat steak

Videos of the Venezuelan president feasting at a celebrity chef's restaurant have caused widespread anger. With much of the country struggling to find food, Nicolas Maduro...

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2018-09-14 MediaWatch

Trump: Puerto Rico hurricane toll 'is a Democratic plot to make me look bad'

In today's MediaWatch, Nadia Massih takes us through Donald Trump's latest tweetstorm, described by CNN as "patently false". Also, on the day that RT published an interview with...

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2018-09-12 MediaWatch

Will Europe's copyright plans change the internet?

There's panic on the world wide web as the European Parliament backs a plan to make sweeping changes to copyright law. Could it spell the end of GIFs and memes, some of the...

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2018-09-11 MediaWatch

9/11 and the presidential fist pump

There's been criticism of the US president for his way of marking the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, which included angry tweets and a double fist pump ahead of a...

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2018-09-10 MediaWatch

Serena Williams: Punishment or prejudice?

The controversy over Serena Williams' US Open performance - and punishment - is still sharply dividing opinion. Many have come out in support, others have criticised, while some...

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