Courageous teen brings peace to country in turmoil
As I was writing about media coverage of terror attacks and mass shootings today, the news came through that Le Monde would no longer publish images of people responsible for terror attacks. A couple of other media organisations followed suit and the Catholic paper La Croix said it would only publish attackers first names in future. These seem like good moves to me, though they didn't stop TVNZ this evening showing a picture of the two young jihadists who killed a Normany priest on Tuesday.I've suggested that we could go further. What do you think?
|Can we stop making terrorists and shooters famous?|
Carolyn Moynihan | FEATURES | 28 July 2016
Le Monde makes a first move.
|Do-it-yourself brain zapping|
Karl D. Stephan | FEATURES | 28 July 2016
What some people will do when they simply can't afford healthcare.
|Courageous teen brings peace to country in turmoil|
Jennifer Minicus | READING MATTERS | 28 July 2016
The first in an amusing adventure series.
|Japan’s population woes|
Marcus Roberts | DEMOGRAPHY IS DESTINY | 28 July 2016
The demographic slide continues.
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