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Newroz: The forbidden Kurdish festival

A traditional holiday celebrating the deliverance of the Kurdish people from a mythical tyrant is under threat...

IPTV and VoD: Cutting Off The Air Supply

Web TV and Video on Demand are threatening TV as we know it with old school operators running scared and the new breed clamouring for a slice of the pie...

New York Times 'is ignoring Project Censored'

The web's rescue home of spiked stories, deemed by network news controllers as too risky to run, questions why the 'Gray Lady' won't help it out...

Society’s quest for the fountain of youth

As women are bombarded with images of flawless models masquerading as older women regaining their youth, one woman fears for the effects on her daughter...

Capital fights cocaine as Kate Moss shops

A London resident questions whether the capital has become a narcotics epicentre against a daily backdrop of violence and drugs raids...

Chomsky: Danish cartoons 'attacked Islam'

Professor Noam Chomsky casts a cold eye on world affairs, the Danish cartoon issue, Iran and the war in Iraq, and the dangers of living in a nuclear age...

Journalistic privilege: A democratic pillar

The job of the journalist has never been an easy one, but governments threaten to make it all but impossible if they remove reporters' privilege...

Gay marriage courts global rift

Who has the right to refuse two partners marriage? Someone who has never even met the couples concerned: enter President Bush...

England '66 win wasn't, HDTV shows

With the help of BSkyB’s new gimmick, HDTV, it has been discovered that Geoff Hurst’s controversial second goal of the ’66 cup final never crossed the line...

Migration is strengthening nations

Public perceptions in developed countries of migrants taking jobs, lowering wages and being a burden on social services are untrue...

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