fix articles 51831, telegraph
No Let Up in Intense Anti-Russian Propaganda (tags)
"Proof of chemical attack": Same old lies ahead of the presidential election in Syria (tags)
In a desperate attempt to sabotage the upcoming presidential election in Syria, the mass media constantly reiterate the same old lies about “chemical weapon attacks”. They must be held to account for their major role in the three-year long NATO-led genocidal war on Syria.
Democracy Now! Co-Host Gonzalez Speaks in San Diego (tags)
"Democracy Now!" co-host Juan Gonzalez spoke in San Diego October 24 as part of a whirlwind tour in support of his new book, "News for All the People: The Epic Story of Race and the American Media." He made two main points in his talk: that there are three "strains" of American media — the corporate mainstream, the white alternative or "rebel" press, and media owned and controlled by people of color; and that since the 1840's the U.S. government has regulated every technological change in the media in a way that favors the interests of giant corporations over ordinary people.
Three million infected with winter vomiting virus in U.K. alone, government reports (tags)
The Telegraph (U.K.) is reporting: Three million people have been afflicted by the winter vomiting bug - with experts fearing that cases could continue to rise dramatically during this month and next.
Video: US mercenaries randomly shooting Iraqi civilians (tags)
Video of Random Shootings in Iraq
Four U.S. Contractors Killed in Iraq (tags)
An angry mob of insurgents attacked a convoy of American contractors last month when they got lost in a town north of Baghdad....
Four pillars of Bush's critics are crumbling (tags)
CRITICISM of the U.S. effort to depose Saddam Hussein -- and the central role of Baathist Iraq in international terrorism -- has rested on four pillars.
Iraqi "intelligence documents" likely planted (tags)
The problem with these documents is that they are being provided by the U.S. military to a few reporters working for a very suspect newspaper, London's Daily Telegraph (affectionately known as the Daily Torygraph" by those who understand the paper's right-wing slant).