TITLE

Fallujah--when the moral crusaders fell silent

AUTHOR(S)
Edwards, David; Cromwell, David
PUB. DATE
April 2004
SOURCE
New Statesman;4/26/2004, Vol. 133 Issue 4685, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on media coverage of the war in Iraq and other current events. Number of dead and wounded Iraqis in Fallujah, many of whom were civilians; Comments of Peter Roberts, spokesman for the BBC; Observation that Iraqi deaths are given less coverage; Examples of reports from ITV's "Lunchtime News," the "Independent," ITN and the "Sunday Telegraph"; How Western propaganda demonises official enemies; Reporting on other crises; Attitudes of the press towards Iraqis.
ACCESSION #
12901701

 

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