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Israel's campaign of targeting Gaza's journalists is the latest chapter in a history of violence against local media.
Accusations against Dominique Strauss-Kahn look set to change society's opinion on keeping politicians' lives private.
Al Jazeera is considering legal action after a former British home secretary defended military action against the network he described as an enemy "propaganda mechanism".
David Blunkett, the UK's former home secretary, has said that during the 2003 invasion of Iraq he suggested to Tony Blair that Britain's military should bomb Aljazeera's television transmitter in Baghdad.

David Blunkett, a key political ally of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has resigned from the cabinet amid raging controversy over his business affairs.

The British government has broken human rights laws by including

A British cabinet minister embroiled in the messy fallout of an affair with a married woman has resigned, his department said.

The United Kingdom is considering a range of new anti-terrorism laws including special courts to try suspects.
The British government has received judicial support for its controversial policy of detaining foreign terrorism suspects without trial.
A leading Muslim scholar who condemned the events of  11 September 2001 and the Bali bombing, will have his speeches monitored while in Britain, Home Secretary David Blunkett said.
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