Shorts

'We have stories to tell': Inside Lebanon's refugee newsroom

Campji, a news channel in Beirut, is dedicated to stories of refugees told by the refugees themselves.

'We have stories to tell': Inside Lebanon's refugee newsroom

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From rhetoric to reality: The return of US sanctions on Iran

Is Trump looking to create dialogue or confrontation? We examine the optics and messaging around US sanctions on Iran.

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History suppressed: Censorship in Israel's archives

Troves of looted Palestinian books, documents, photographs and films are sealed in Israel's archives and libraries.

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US sanctions on Iran and the messaging battle

After months of rhetoric, the US re-imposes sanctions on Iran. Plus, historical revisionism in Israel's archives.

Myanmar

Reuters reporters in Myanmar appeal state-secrets conviction

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were found guilty in September of possessing secret documents passed to them by police officers.

Reuters reporters in Myanmar appeal state-secrets conviction

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How the US media became the 'enemy of the people'

Media critic Jay Rosen discusses Donald Trump's attacks on the press and how he's turned the media into a useful enemy.

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The Chosen One: Trump and the Christian Broadcasting Network

Is Trump's special relationship with the conservative evangelical network just an alliance of political convenience?

The Chosen One: Trump and the Christian Broadcasting Network

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Donald Trump: America's editor-in-chief?

What's behind Trump's attacks on the media before the US midterms? Plus, Trump and the Christian Broadcasting Network.

Witness

The Things We Keep: Which news stories stay with us and why?

In an age of non-stop news feeds and disposable media, which stories and images stay with us and how do they shape us?

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Jair Bolsonaro and the future of Brazil's media

A look at 'fake news', social media and how a Bolsonaro victory could spell trouble for Brazil's mainstream media.

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Jeremy Corbyn's tussle with the UK media

The debate around Corbyn and his ideas for altering public broadcasting and curbing the power of media conglomerates.

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Jair Bolsonaro: A wrecking ball for Brazil's media?

A look at hate speech and misinformation ahead of Brazil's election runoff. Plus, Jeremy Corbyn and the UK media.

101 East

Malaysia: Najib Speaks

101 East interviews Malaysia's former Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Ecuador

Ecuador says it will not intervene with UK on behalf of Assange

Ecuador's foreign minister says the Wikileaks founder should sort out his issues with Britain.

Ecuador says it will not intervene with UK on behalf of Assange

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Why media need to turn up the temperature on climate change

Examining the UN's newly released IPCC report and what it reveals about the challenges of climate change reporting.