How to find hard evidence

Edwards, David
April 2005
New Statesman;4/18/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4736, p27
Critiques media coverage in Great Britain of anti-American demonstrations in Iraq on the second anniversary of the Iraq War. Description of a demonstration in which thousands of Iraqis gathered in protest of the U.S.-led military presence since 2003; Report that the demonstration was largely ignored in mainstream media; Ethical aspects of media coverage of war; Criticism for the BBC, and its alleged bias in covering the Iraq War.


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