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Bonnie Greer 10h
The "don't have enough history." The is now just an embarrassment. Pic-via
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Spooklight Jun 7
◾️That secret deal, revealed but decades later? Had a calamitous effect upon what many considered a great institution. Took ages, admittedly, to work through the system. Now at last: thoroughly Thatcherised malleably Murdochised. And still called:
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S.Tuomisalo 4m
"What we die from, what we Google and what we read in the news"
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Heather Stauffer 2h
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Lucy Ewing 3h
Dissing Jane Caro is so exhausting there's no energy left to report on what the actual government is doing, apparently.
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LeAnne Graves 29m
I just can't with this headline. Is this where clickbait has taken us?
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Obianuju Ekeocha Jun 13
When they cannot delete the incredible ultrasound images of unborn babies,when they cannot silence the beautiful beating of the baby’s heart heard long before birth,when they cannot win against scientific facts, then they change the language😏
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Ijaz Jun 12
Old school tools: notepad, pen, long attention span
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Anup Indwar Jun 11
The Lallantop is 2nd Zee News of India.
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Paulo Jun 11
Replying to @AynRandPaulRyan
Your journalistic powers have failed you. Nowhere in the article does it state we won’t WORK with women. It merely states we feel uncomfortable participating in work activities.
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Brian Fraga 🇺🇲🇵🇹🇻🇦 15h
This 's legacy will sadly be about the disservice she did to the many communications professionals I know who are ethical and take their jobs seriously to work/journalists and inform the public about serious matters.
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For a New Iraq 17h
Thirty years ago, Nermin gave up medical school to pursue a career in . Her passion and love for this profession is as alive today as it was three decades ago. Watch and share her story:
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Michael Orton 21h
Call it whatever you’d like, “intel,” “oppo research,” “foreign correspondence,” regardless of whether or not it came from an ally, what is advocating to justify behavior is patently *illegal.*
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Bryan Smith Jun 14
Trying to make it through deadline day.
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Robert Gauthreaux III 5h
Hey , you're drunk. It's , not EPSN.
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Ward Harkavy Jun 10
#1961 "SEERESS AND MONK TANGLE IN TEAROOM (See Page 13)"
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Jianfa Tsai Jun 13
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Stella M. Chávez Jun 14
Today, the brought a group of Latin American journalists to visit . They wanted to know what it’s like working here. By the end, one thing was clear: we have many of the same challenges & goals. There’s a lot that unites us.
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Tom Walsh Jun 11
What a shame and did not engage with me NOTE: Journalists should NEVER send questions in advance. Our role is to seek genuine and honest answers from our interviews. Not pre-prepared statements. It’s the key to objective journalism
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PamelaDrew 15h
“The US indictment of should be understood as an assault on press freedom, because the theory of the indictment is that routine practices of investigative are criminal”
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