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More at *******therealnews****/c.php?c=071012YT Taghreed El-Khodary reports from Gaza and asks: is Hamas in a trap and setting one? 2007-10-11 Taghreed El-Khodary is a journalist based in Gaza who writes for the New York Times and reports for The Real News Network.
16 Oct 2007
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More at: *******www.therealnews**** North and South continue blame game 2007-10-18 As the Darfur crisis continues to deteriorate, Southern Sudan removed its ministers from the Government of National Unity last week. Northern and Southern Sudan remain deadlocked on sharing oil revenue, drawing borders between north and south, and troop redeployment from each others territory. The Sudan People's Liberation Movement(SPLM) accuses Khartoum of multiple breaches of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed in 2005. Khartoum denies these charges. Describing the fragile situation, Khartoum based journalist Opheera McDoom says 'it could go either way now, we are at a critical turning point.' Update: Despite President Bashir's cabinet shuffle this week, the SPLM said the new ministers 'will stay out of government until the application of the terms of the peace accord...' The standoff continues and the crisis in Darfur remains unchanged.
18 Oct 2007
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British journalist Steve Bell introduces "The Sleep of Reason", created by Giovanni Pedde and Vittorio Testa
21 Oct 2007
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David Bornstein, author of How to Change the World, told Global X what happened when he was a young journalist and he first met Muhammad Yunus in Bangladesh.
27 Nov 2007
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La bande annonce de l’émission « 60 minutes » qui sera diffusée dimanche soir sur CBS, montre le président français interrompre brusquement l’interview et quitter la pièce suite à une question sur sa vie privée.On peut voir, donc sur CBS ce dimanche la bande annonce de l’émission de demain, qui passera à 01h00 ( heure Paris), sur la séquence vidéo on voit le président français quitter le plateau en pleine interview. Entre temps il lance 'quel imbécile, me poser des questions la dessus' tout en ôtant son micro, puis de lancer ' au revoir et merci à l’attention de la journaliste Lesley Stohl, cette dernière lui demande : ' quelque chose fut incorrect', le président sans répondre, se lève et sortant lance 'allez !'.
29 Oct 2007
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La journaliste de la RTBF radio de l'autre cote du micro
30 Oct 2007
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We assemble together to get a group photo for the newspaper in Zhuzhou city, hunan province of China. Finally our increasing RC flying activities is attracting more audience and journalist too :) I've got permission from all the people in this video and we agree to display all the planes n stuff that belongs to us. So reviewrs think 100 times before rejecting this video :
3 Nov 2007
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More at *******therealnews**** Students and lawyers spearhead protests against state of emergency in Pakistan Thursday November 8th, 2007 Lawyers boycotted district and session's court and staged protest rallies against the imposition of emergency and removal of superior court judges and chanted anti-government and anti-Musharraf slogans. Dawn, November 8, 2007 Hundreds of lawyers took to the streets of Islamabad on the fourth consecutive day of the state of emergency to protest against Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf. Observed by the cameras of the international press the police kept a low profile, but behind the scenes thousands of lawyers, journalists, activists and citizens have been arrested or placed under house arrest all over the country. Radio Netherlands, November 7, 2007 As part of The Real News Beta, we will be experimenting with different news formats. This is a sample of a 'raw' news feed, giving the viewer time to watch and hear important stories. Please let us know what you think.
9 Nov 2007
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Mid-size cars represent the largest segment of the automobile business. Over the last decade the Camry has steadily positioned itself as the leader of this important segment, helping Toyota move past Ford to become the second best-selling car company in the US. So with increasing pressure to maintain the number one spot, General Motors has rolled out an all-new Chevrolet Malibu to try to hold off its overseas competition. Surpassing sales and recognition of the well established Camry will not be easy. But GM hopes that with the right vehicle they can capture a more substantial piece of this large consumer market. Knowing word of mouth can mean everything, they recently launched a massive marketing campaign. Malibu -- "the car you can't ignore" was an unprecedented one-day digital takeover of the leading online portals and automotive, sports and lifestyle web sites. In addition, the manufacturer asked automotive journalists to grade the new mid-sized sedan. And although no one expects the Camry to take a back seat anytime soon, they predict the Malibu will be a tough contender. Produced for General Motors.
10 Nov 2007
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une journaliste se lache et pete en plein journal tv
13 Nov 2007
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By: *******www.melissatheuriaupic.info/ - The most beautiful pictures of the French journalist Melissa Theuriau (Miss Youtube 2007)
17 Nov 2007
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On sunday 18th of November, journalists went to PAINTeX the first paintball field in Nice at Lingostiere, and made a video for french TV news. This interview took place on a sup airball field and presents paintball as a great leisure and also a sport. Enjoy! For more information : www.paintex.fr
20 Nov 2007
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This is a really fascinating story and the story self has as many supporters as it has debunkers. In 1989, a man named Robert Scott Lazar contacted the Las Vegas television station (KLAS) and claimed that he had been working as a physicist on the government's most highly classified project, Galileo, which involves back engineering alien technology. The research took place at a hidden base there, referred to as S4. S4 is located ca. 16 km south of the famous Area 51, by the Papoose lake. He stated that the craft he was shown displayed technology that was hundreds of years in advance of us. Since going out public and telling the story he had has his life threatened and he has been shot at. The television journalist George Knapp was interested in the story and started searching for more information. Here started the investigation problems. The S4 base is in a restricted area, it is impossible for anyone outside of the government to directly visit the place and confirm or deny Lazar's story. Bob Lazar's background has been difficult to verify. His hospital birth records, college transcripts and employment records, including those of his employment with Los Alamos National Laboratories and through EG&G had been erased. Lazar claimed to have worked at the Los Almos National Laboratories, but no record was of his employment there was found. Hovewer his name appear in an old telephone directory of Los Alamos scientists. An article in a July, 1982 edition of the Los Alamos Monitor, which shows a picture of Bob by a jet car and refers to his employment as a scientist with Los Alamos, is also hard to explain. There are also Los Alamos employees who told KLAS TV's George Knapp they remember Bob Lazar. Bob Lazar worked between December 1988 and April 1989 in at the zone S-4. During this period, he would have had admission to very private information. He had seen documents and autopsy of aliens corpses. The main purpose of his work was to 'reverse engineering' alien flying saucers. Lazar observed nine different kinds of saucers parked in the hanger. Bob Lazar would have worked on a flying saucer with a diameter of 9-12 m. It had a console and the seats were small, almost made as for children. He was told that the aliens came from from the fourth planet of the binary stellar system Zeta Reticuli 2. Lazar told in an interview that the alien craft fly by amplifying gravity waves. According to Lazar the saucer was moved by a reactor placed on the floor. As fuel, the saucer would have an element with atomic number 115, a ore which cannot be synthesized on the earth. The element is also the source of the gravity-A wave which is amplified for space/time distortion and travel.This kind of propulsion would allow to make the flying saucers invisible and the discs do not need to travel in a linear mode. That meens they can cover huge distance in very little time. In our physics speed is defined as a distance divided by time. These discs operate by warping time itself and space itself. They break Einstein's famous rule that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. For those who believe Bob Lazar, is his evidence supporting his claims is considerable. Lazar comes across as a very credible individual with a solid background in physics, electrical engineering, and propulsion systems. He is able to provide a great amount of detail in describing of his employment, the base, his co-workers, and the alien craft itself that would be difficult to fabricate. If the claims of Robert Lazar are true, it represents one of the most secret and bizarre, operations of the United States government.
28 Nov 2007
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GroundReport Founder and CEO Rachel Sterne discusses how citizen journalists use the website to share news stories and images while also receiving revenue.
3 Dec 2007
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More at *******therealnews**** Johnathan Schell on Pakistan and the nuclear bomb Tuesday November 27th, 2007 Part two of this interview will be available tomorrow. Based in New York City, USA, Johnathan Schell is a renowned anti-nuclear activist, prolific journalist, lecturer and best-selling author. He is a frequent contributor to The Nation, The New Yorker, Harper's and Atlantic Monthly. He is also the author of The Fate of the Earth, nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
4 Dec 2007
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More at *******therealnews**** Beena Sarwar: Musharaff's actions are symbolic, it's martial law in disguise Wednesday November 28th, 2007 Beena Sarwar is a journalist in Pakistan, former Editor 'The News on Sunday' and Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. She is currently based in Karachi.
4 Dec 2007
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