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The Guardian turns readers into newshounds
The Guardian turns readers into newshounds
A British newspaper has thrown open its office doors, let the readers stride in, and invited them to peer over reporters' shoulders -- digitally,...
When press freedom faces the void
When press freedom faces the void
It was the last big British press crisis: in 1990 journalists from the Sunday Sport sneaked into the hospital bedroom of the gravely injured...
Bolstering ethics in the media
Bolstering ethics in the media
For two years our sister newspaper, the Guardian, has been chipping away at a media ethics scandal emanating from Rupert Murdoch's Sunday...
UK watchdog clears Murdoch paper over hacking claim
UK watchdog clears Murdoch paper over hacking claim
The body which oversees the British press has dismissed allegations that journalists at one of media mogul Rupert Murdoch's newspapers regularly...
Hackers target Guardian website
Hackers target Guardian website
The Guardian has emailed "up to half a million" users of its UK-based Jobs website to tell them that some of their personal data may have been...
British probe after Twitter helps lift legal 'gag'
British probe after Twitter helps lift legal 'gag'
British premier Gordon Brown on Wednesday acknowledged an "unfortunate" legal grey area after Twitter users helped thwart a controversial reporting...
Zuma, Guardian settle libel case
Zuma, Guardian settle libel case
President Jacob Zuma on Thursday welcomed the settlement in the United Kingdom High Court of Justice Queen's bench division, between himself and...
Zuma sues London's Guardian
Zuma sues London's Guardian
African National Congress (ANC) leader Jacob Zuma is suing the Guardian for defamation over an article published last month that described...
Carter urges 'supine' Europe to break with US over Gaza
Carter urges 'supine' Europe to break with US over Gaza
Britain and other European governments should break from the United States over the international embargo on Gaza, former US president Jimmy Carter...
US accused of holding suspects on prison ships
US accused of holding suspects on prison ships
The United States is operating "floating prisons" to house those arrested in its war on terror, according to human rights lawyers, who claim there...
British man to net fortune with 'shoebox' treasure
British man to net fortune with 'shoebox' treasure
An ancient gold cup mysteriously acquired by a British scrap metal dealer is to be sold at auction with an estimate of nearly $1-million, after...
Harrison Ford resigns himself to a critical lashing
Harrison Ford resigns himself to a critical lashing
While a frenzy was building amid the sea of fans massed to glimpse Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford and the rest of the stars at the world premiere...

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