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MEDIA IGNORE RELEASE OF SECRET WAR LOGS

October 25, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

While revelations about torture, civilian deaths, and out-of-control private contractors contained in the latest WikiLeaks documents — nearly 400,000 of them — made international headlines over the weekend, they were given short shrift by U.S. broadcast and cable news services. Germany’s Der Spiegel observed on Sunday: “Neither the Afghanistan war nor Iraq are issues in […]

CNN IRAQ CORRESPONDENT SUFFERING COMBAT STRESS DISORDER

September 22, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Australian journalist Michael Ware, who spent four years reporting on the war in Iraq for CNN, says he is now grappling with post-traumatic stress disorder. (He reportedly left the cable news network last April after it turned down his request for time off.” In an interview with Kate Dennehy of the Brisbane Times, Ware suggested […]