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1.17 Million Reasons & Truth In Media

The International Criminal Court collected over 1 million witness accounts of war crimes in Afghanistan. RT’s Anya Parampil explores the New York Times’ complex relationship to its own Israel-Palestine coverage. Journalist Ben Swann discusses the ethical and political battles of modern news media. NASA’s latest project looks to bring clarity to the solar system’s mysterious Red Planet.

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