Critics say several Western media outlets once again failed to cover an incident in Palestine – this time the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh – without displaying pro-Israel bias and using problematic framing in storytelling.
Several remarks by reporters and media pundits have described Ukraine as more ‘civilised’ in comparison to other war-torn countries, sparking backlash on social media.
Veteran Australian journalist John Lyons provides a glimpse into how journalists and editors are censured for stories that reveal Israeli crimes against Palestinians.
Though the media and BJP government vilified members of the Tablighi Jamaat movement as Covid-19 super spreaders, Indian courts observed they were used as 'scapegoats'.
An MIT study analysed 33,000 New York Times’ articles during the First and Second Intifadas to show how Orientalist bias against Palestinians manifests in US news coverage.
The country's transition to democracy ended in widespread political polarisation - and the media added fuel to the fire.
When it comes to covering Turkey much of the Western media are mainly focused on emotional and superficial reporting. The readers in the end lose out on informed and balanced information.
Armando Canizales was an ambitious teenager who played the violin in Venezuela's Youth Orchestra and had just been accepted into medical school. He was shot dead during an anti-government protest in Caracas.
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