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NATO stepped up its bombing campaign against the forces of the Libyan leader, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who attacked the rebel stronghold of Misrata.Only on Sunday, the alliance achieve more than 20 times in the south and west of the city,
In July 1881, the barrister, journalist and war correspondent EF Knight is in Paraguay , crossing the Parana river. "The voyage was a stormy and even perilous one, for the north wind blew hard. In the middle of our broad river a choppy sea was
The White House Correspondents' Association says it is examining the ethics of pool reporters tweeting news before giving it to other reporters. A pool reporter travels with the president and has the responsibility of sending regular news reports to
PESHAWAR: An explosion on the Abdarra road in Peshawar killed one and wounded seven others on Friday. Due to bomb explosion one person has been killed and at least 11 were wounded. The wounded persons
4/20/2011 by THR staff share It is a personal mosaic of footage he has collected from his 10 years as a war correspondent. It is a personal mosaic of footage he has collected from his 10 years as a war correspondent. Hetherington described it as "a
But floods in Bangladesh could be more dramatic." "But then, Bhutto's in trouble again: might do something drastic at any moment...That is a one-man morning "news conference" related in the just-published book by former Guardian foreign correspondent
Forty Years Covering Asia by John McBeth Reviewed by Robert Tilley A veteran London Daily Telegraph reporter and Middle East expert once confessed in print that he only felt really comfortable in the company of other journalists.
Waugh was, of course, satirising the iniquities of journalists They've been portrayed, over the decades, as fearless adventurers and talentless drudges, noble truth-tellers and wretched liars, romantic idealists and sneering cynics, profound thinkers
Libya - Fox News Lies about a report on human shields in Libya. A CNN Correspondent sheds some light on a report by Fox News that told of journalists being used by the Libyan government as human shields.
Paul Schemm, a correspondent for The Associated Press in Cairo, has been appointed the news organization's chief correspondent for North Africa, responsible for coverage of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. The appointment was