SYLVIE CORBET / The Associated PressJan 10, 2018
Hostile reaction greets an open letter by Catherine Deneuve and other women who raise questions of fairness in the current wave of sex-related allegations. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Juan Cole / TruthdigAug 2, 2016
In an effort to stop Islamic State from “heroizing” attackers, a number of French newspapers and television channels have ceased printing the pictures, and sometimes even the names, of people who commit terrorist acts. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigMay 28, 2015
An unprecedented alliance of news publishers, including The Guardian, El País, Le Monde and China Daily, have announced they will allow other organizations to publish their climate change stories for free in an attempt to raise awareness in the run-up to the next United Nations climate summit. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigOct 28, 2013
As a delegation of French and German lawmakers press in Washington for answers to allegations of U.S. spying in their home countries, the journalist who spearheaded reporting on the leaked documents that led to those disclosures comments on the NSA's goal to "eliminate privacy worldwide." Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Chris Hedges / TruthdigSep 16, 2013
After years on a drunken bender, Americans are awakening to lies masked in patriotism and glory.After years on a drunken bender, Americans are awakening to the lies of their politicians. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigSep 3, 2011
All five of WikiLeaks' original media partners have turned on Julian Assange, the organization's founder, after WikiLeaks unintentionally published the names of secret sources in a leak of more than 250,000 diplomatic cables. (more) Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJan 13, 2011
Last week, the Guardian essentially condemned itself for publishing WikiLeaks material. The incident prompted a closer examination of how WikiLeaks decides what to publish, and it turns out the organization is taking its cues from the five establishment news publications it has partnered with. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJan 11, 2011
The Christian Science Monitor took a brief survey Monday of the coverage of the Gabrielle Giffords shooting from across the Atlantic, browsing British, French, German and Dutch publications to see how the violence and its aftermath registered from their points of view. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
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