Classic of Lord Northcliffe's: "What somebody somewhere wants to suppress. All the rest is advertising."
BTW, what's Jeremy Scahill working on these days?
The New York Times 1 h · sips tea Ver traducción The Underground Art of the Insult In our always-on, argumentative digital lives, ‘shade’ has become the weapon of choice. NYTI.MS | DE ANNA HOLMES
- AZERBAIJAN: The Swiss embassy in Baku has been secretly sheltering Azerbaijani journalist and human rights activist Emin Huseynov for the past six months, a Swiss national television report has revealed on Wednesday 11 February - the Press Emblem Campaign (PEC) urges Azerbaijan to grant Huseynov safe passage out of the country (read on PEC NEWS)
Since August 2014, the human rights defender and journalist Emin Huseynov of Azerbaijan has been forced into hiding at the Swiss embassy in Baku. As chairman of the Institute for Reporters’ Freedom and Safety (IRFS), a local NGO, Huseynov is one of many victims of an intense government crackdown on free speech and civil society that has taken place in Azerbaijan over the past year
"'What do you remember about the riots?' I asked.
'Which ones?' she said, reminding me of her age and the 1965 riots in Watts. And then, before I could answer, she replied, 'The fires, the fires.'"
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