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Release Date: Tue, 30/08/2016
Why do some war images resonate more than others? We look at the picture of the Syrian boy that went viral. Plus, revisiting Ecuador's media law.
Release Date: Sun, 21/08/2016
Battling bias from the majority of outlets and resultant mistrust from the public, journalists in Kashmir continue to face serious difficulties as they attempt to tell the story from the ground
Release Date: Tue, 09/08/2016
The International Olympic Committee has launched a complaint reporting mechanism to enable journalists to report any press freedom violations faced while covering the games
Release Date: Tue, 02/08/2016
Rows over censorship from the board responsible for certification in India raise questions about the industry, as while as wider social issues
Release Date: Wed, 20/07/2016
The Brexit referendum was an historic decision for the UK, and social media played its part in the debate. While the impact of online campaigning is unclear, Facebook and other platforms were awash with campaigners expressing their views and calling for support
Release Date: Mon, 11/07/2016
National Security Service agents have been deployed to monitor media houses in the town of Yei in South Sudan, highlighting concerns over a crackdown on media freedom in the country
Release Date: Wed, 22/06/2016
Violence in France has involved fans from Russia, England and even local gangs among others, but media coverage of events paints a very different picture of events depending on which publication is reporting

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