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Why do so many journalists beat the drums of war and peddle propaganda?

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NI gave some tips to a Japanese TV program
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NIの特集がヒントになったテレビ番組が放映されます

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"I suppose you just have to keep pushing and carry on climbing that uphill struggle in making change happen. NEVER...

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There’s more to Colombia than the dark descriptions beloved of the international media. Benjamin Ball meets a man...

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イラクの人々の現実を知る

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"Start local, build community strength, and build an intranet in your street so that you can link the people who live there...

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In the last 10 years, 67 journalists have been killed in Mexico, reports Hernán P Nadal.

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Journalists working in Pakistan face serious challenges – but their commitment is second to none.

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The recent victory of President Piñera may mean the death of independent media.

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Friday night in Copenhagen was surreal - especially if you were reading the New York Times, writes Zoe Cormier

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Co-editor Hadani Ditmars has been spreading the word about NI...

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Drug traffickers threaten journalists in Guatemala.

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Argentina has passed a new broadcast media law to replace the one brought in during the dictatorship.

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Courageous Kabulis are getting on with democracy – but that’s not likely to grab the foreign media headlines.

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A gritty, uncomfortable offering from Renzo Martens that brought outraged responses from some of the NGO and media people in...

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Why is the media in Sierra Leone so testosterone-fuelled?

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