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Margaret Thatcher’s final call
Media coverage of the death of the former British leader has mirrored the divisions which marked her political life.
Last updated: 20 Apr 2013 11:43 GMT
Ignoring Cote d'Ivoire
It is on the brink of civil war and facing a humanitarian crisis, but the story has ranked low on the news agenda.
Last updated: 09 Apr 2011 09:32 GMT
Reporting the Egyptian revolution
Journalists were arrested and had their equipment seized, but they battled on to provide coverage of the unrest.
Last updated: 13 Feb 2011 11:21 GMT
The revolution was not televised...
Social media helped tell the story of Tunisia's unrest, but Western news outlets were slow to grasp its significance.
Last updated: 22 Jan 2011 11:02 GMT
Sudan: A tough story to tell
We look at the complexities of reporting from within and about a country experiencing major change.
Last updated: 15 Jan 2011 14:08 GMT
Selling the first Gulf War
More than two decades on, we look at the around-the-clock coverage that changed television news forever.
Last updated: 08 Jan 2011 07:46 GMT
'The war you don't see'
Journalist John Pilger discusses his latest film, the media's role in conflict, and the WikiLeaks phenomenon.
Last updated: 23 Dec 2010 10:25 GMT
Egypt's media squeeze
Before the elections the government clamped down on the media, but was this just a dry run for next year's vote?
Last updated: 04 Dec 2010 07:29 GMT
A royal engagement
What is it about the British royal family that makes an engagement headline news from New York to Bangkok?
Last updated: 26 Nov 2010 18:14 GMT
Missing the mark on WikiLeaks
Has the media become more interested in the life of WikiLeaks frontman Julian Assange than the deaths of 109,000 Iraqis?
Last updated: 31 Oct 2010 07:19 GMT
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UK charity crackdown riles Syria aid workers
Muslim volunteers face questioning and threat of arrest, while aid has been disrupted or blocked, charities say.
Abandonment of 'Bring Back Our Girls'
Six months on, outrage and sorrow over the mass schoolgirl abduction has disappeared - except for families in Nigeria.
A soft approach to returning British fighters
ISIL combatants seeking an 'exit strategy' from Mideast conflict need positive reinforcement back home, analysts say.
Austrian youth flocking to ISIL
European nation hit by a wave of Islamophobia as many young fighters join ISIL in Syria and Iraq.
Climate change: Europe's unfinished business
Jose Maria Figueres
Afghanistan's opium problem will keep growing
Cuba's war on Ebola
Stop blaming the Nepali guides
Investing in Africa on its own terms
In the battle of papal politics, Pope Francis will triumph
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