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Hard News 08/04/03 - If Everybody Had Cameras

Humming 'Que Sera Sera' |Apr 08, 2003 11:11
Russell Brown's Hard News

"Jesus!" exclaimed Peter Arnett as the dull whoomp of an explosion sounded. Then, whoomp , again. Arnett was in a media centre in central Baghdad, waiting to deliver a report by satellite to someone called Eric. I know, because he was near a live microphone that was somehow feeding through the German webcam I was watching, late last night...,


Enemy at the Gates |Apr 08, 2003 10:57
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I don?t know whether it?s keeping a stiff upper lip in the face of overwhelming adversity, or just plain old head-in-the-sand determination. But when the rebels are banging on the doors, everything around you is in ruins and all signs are that your reign is at an end, wouldn?t you think it might be time just to go ? ...,


Mass distraction |Apr 07, 2003 16:30
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

I hesitate to displace Russell's excellent gathering of essential war-news from the top of the listings in favour of utter frivolity, but, well, I'm going to. (For a moment, anyway; just watch Russell re-post within hours and move me on down!). So, Peter Jackson is going to remake the 1933 classic King Kong . Rock on, Wellywood! According to early reports, New York City will be played -- in a triumph of do-it-yourselfism -- by an ...,


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