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Media coverage of the death of the former British leader has mirrored the divisions which marked her political life.
It is on the brink of civil war and facing a humanitarian crisis, but the story has ranked low on the news agenda.
Journalists were arrested and had their equipment seized, but they battled on to provide coverage of the unrest.
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Social media helped tell the story of Tunisia's unrest, but Western news outlets were slow to grasp its significance.
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We look at the complexities of reporting from within and about a country experiencing major change.
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More than two decades on, we look at the around-the-clock coverage that changed television news forever.
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Journalist John Pilger discusses his latest film, the media's role in conflict, and the WikiLeaks phenomenon.
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Before the elections the government clamped down on the media, but was this just a dry run for next year's vote?
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What is it about the British royal family that makes an engagement headline news from New York to Bangkok?
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Has the media become more interested in the life of WikiLeaks frontman Julian Assange than the deaths of 109,000 Iraqis?
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