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ISIL is gaining on the ground but who, if anyone, controls the story?
One year after Edward Snowden exposed the spying at the NSA, can the internet be re-set?
Whatever side of the political divide Egyptians find themselves, the media is the one who seems to have suffered.
The Kingdom and its media are placed under military control; plus heads roll at Spain's three top dailies.
A controversial new set of rules to govern the use of broadband and the Internet has the cyber world blowing a fuse.
We analyse coverage of the Ukraine conflict, which has often been marred by a lack of nuance, context and subtlety.
Print media and the country's state-owned broadcaster have been accused of slanted coverage of the recent elections.
Why has the media struggled to tell the story of Nigeria's mass abductions?
As Hamid Mir recovers after being shot by unknown gunmen, we examine the wider backdrop of media killings in Pakistan.
For many, even those in the media, President Abdelaziz Bouteflikaís re-election is a foregone conclusion.
As the world's largest democracy goes to the polls, we examine claims that news outlets are favouring Narendra Modi.
Ahead of the country's May election, we examine the failed promise of the Arab Spring and the impact on journalism.
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