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‘Israel has it all’: UK ad authority bans ‘misleading’ Jerusalem travel brochure
An Israeli tourism brochure depicting the Old City of Jerusalem has been banned by Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for presenting a “misleading” image, which suggests the Palestinian enclave is Israeli.

04.03.2015 10:19

'Money can’t buy all airwaves': RT host launches campaign against US media empire
RT’s Anissa Naouai has launched a crowdfunding campaign urging viewers to send a symbolic message to the US State Department and Washington’s media empire, donating money to fight autism.

03.03.2015 17:47

How they missed RT: Here comes the Guardian's spring offensive
The Guardian's RT section must have been feeling lonely. After a flurry of “hit-pieces” against the Russian state broadcaster between mid-November and orthodox Christmas, the barrage suddenly paused.

03.03.2015 15:41

Media turned ‘Jihadi John’ into modern-day Jesse James, MP warns
A Conservative MP said the media has turned ‘Jihadi John’ into a modern day Jesse James. He strongly condemned the media for printing pictures of Emwazi and using a nickname for him. It is “abhorrent” to treat him as a celebrity, he said.

03.03.2015 13:46

NSA spying inquiry: UK-German intelligence-sharing dispute deepens
Germany’s efforts to investigate National Security Agency (NSA) spying are being hampered by Britain’s refusal to co-operate amid threats to break off intelligence-sharing agreements, a German newspaper has reported.

03.03.2015 13:35

​‘Russia not beacon of democracy, but much freer than it was in 90s’
Regarding basic civil rights, the situation in Russia is much better than it was four or five years ago, political analyst Evgeniy Minchenko told RT. The recent march in memory of politician Boris Nemtsov in the center of Moscow proves that, he added.

03.03.2015 11:00

Western media callously exploits Nemtsov's death
Boris Nemtsov's death was an appalling crime, but he wasn't the “leader of the Russian opposition” as many Western media outlets claim.

03.03.2015 04:27

Bill O’Reilly busted, take four: Fox News admits his tall tales about Irish terrorists
Fox News issued a mea culpa for one of anchor Bill O’Reilly’s too-good-to-be-true stories ‒ but not for all his anecdotes that critics complain are fake. The controversial talk show host has been under fire for recollections of his reporting career.

02.03.2015 19:51

‘I’d be a bad prime minister,’ UKIP’s Farage admits
The leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage has admitted he doesn’t believe himself capable of running the country, despite leading one its most prominent parties.

02.03.2015 14:55

Conflict of interests? BBC Trust chief earns £10K per day from HSBC
The chairwoman of the BBC Trust is facing calls to sever ties with HSBC after it was revealed that she earns £10,000 a day from the scandal-ridden global banking giant.

02.03.2015 10:01

Western media reaction to Nemtsov’s murder is ‘absolutely outrageous’
It is up to the police to investigate Nemtsov’s murder, not Western journalists who immediately deduced from their crystal ball that the Russian government was linked to death, said Marcus Papadopoulos, the editor of Politics First magazine.

01.03.2015 13:59

In charge of truth? Google considers ranking sites on facts, not popularity
Google is considering putting itself in charge of online truth, in order to assist users in an age of information overload. The web giant would rank search results based on each site’s 'truth score' instead of its popularity level.

02.03.2015 03:42