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The impact of the Pentagon Papers 40 years
The leaking of the Pentagon Papers in 1971 had a monumental impact on the relations of the U.S. government with the American public and the media, which resounds today.
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There is no easy way out
One of the major problems of Greek society today is the lack of objective and sober information. Our media are falling prey to populism, especially when they consider that they do to increase public awareness.
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Reporters Notebook: Time capsule can survive building
Reporters’ Notebook is a weekly feature in which our employees share some of the stories behind the news. Berks County officials as the services center dedicated in 1992, a time capsule sealed in a steel wall of the porch.
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Yemen Instability & Conspiracy Theories
The following piece was written by a Yemeni-based journalist who writes for Foreign Policy Blog Network, and because of serious safety concerns remain anonymous. According to sources close to the Yemeni government, was Brigadier-General Ali Saleh Al-Ahmar, President Saleh’s half brother, are behind the assassination, which took place last week. An explosion [...]
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