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Re: [casi-analysis] Iraqi Press Monitor

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Going back in the archives to the period March/April 2003 I find nothing
about the looting, DU, or other important issues. I wonder about the list
of sponsors also. I do not trust this source; it reminds me of MEMRI, who
is selective in the stories reported (and has links to Israel). Perhaps
some here know about the people running this?

>I have just learned about the Iraqi Press Monitor page of the Institute for
>War and Peace Reporting:
>In its own words:
>         IWPR's Iraqi Press Monitor is a daily survey of the main stories in
>         Iraq's newspapers. It features the top 7 stories of the day, along
>         with a political cartoon.
>         Stories are selected and summarised by Ali Mohammed Jawad and Ali
>         Kadhim Marzook in Baghdad. The selections are edited by Eric

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