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Xenophobia in S. Africa: Are the media to blame?
01 Aug 2007 22:16 GMT
Source: Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera's independent coverage has ruffled the feathers of many governments, political groups and regimes over the years.<BR><BR>Consequently the channel and its reporters and staff have often become the story themselves.
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