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In other printing out the internet news, publisher James Bridle has printed every single edit ever made to The Iraq War entry on Wikipedia over a five year period. In the process, he’s learned a lot about the war. He’s also ended up with several giant books. Why would anyone ever want to do this? To document history on the impermanent internet says Bridle.

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This event has concluded. Viewers from the U.S, Canada, Germany, Lithuania, Malaysia, Denmark, Turkey and Spain watched it on warnewsradio.org.

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U.S. Army soldiers cross a river during a dismounted mission to Khwazi village, Afghanistan, Dec. 14, 2010.

Karim Sariahmed checks in on the Obama Administration’s troop increase in Afghanistan.


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War correspondents; WWII.

War News Radio’s Kyle Crawford considers the role of foreign correspondents.


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This week, the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford released a report by Richard Sambrook, the former Director of Global News for the BBC, which asks ‘Are Foreign correspondents redundant?’ The study concludes that digital technology and economic pressures are rapidly changing the way international news is being reported and consumed. Kyle Crawford has more.

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