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North Korea conducting live-fire drill amid tensions with US: South Korean media
North Korea is reportedly engaged in a large-scale live-fire artillery exercise, in what is apparently intended to signal to a hostile United States that Pyongyang is combat-ready.
IRNA chief: Media bridge between religions
The media can adopt role of 'information bridge' to find and publish the common grounds among people of different faiths and religions, says Managing Director of the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA)
Tillerson says is ‘not a big media press access person’
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who has prohibited any pool reporters from traveling with him, says he is not “a big media press access person.”
CNN, New York Times, other media barred from White House briefing
The White House blocked a number of news organizations from attending an informal briefing Friday, a rare and surprising move that came amid President Donald Trump’s escalating war against the media.
Social media are driving Americans insane
If you pull out your phone to check Twitter while waiting for the light to change, or read e-mails while brushing your teeth, you might be what the American Psychological Association (APA) calls a ‘constant checker.’ And chances are, it’s hurting your mental health.
Trump calls US media ‘enemy of the American people’
US President Donald Trump is continuing his attacks on the country’s media, calling a number of news organizations the "enemy of the American people" in an extraordinary rebuke of the press.
Trump under fire over 'dishonest' media attack
Donald Trump's White House came under fire Sunday for accusing media of misreporting inaugural crowd numbers, after millions took to the streets in protest against the new president.
Women's role in media vital
None of the problems facing the society, government and country can be resolved without the media, said the first vice president.
Polish parliament lifts media ban
Poland's lower house of parliament lifted a temporary ban on media access on Tuesday in a gesture to defuse protests over the alleged undermining of democracy by the right-wing government, but opposition leaders said more needed to be done.
Scientists find value in social media
Social media has erased many of the boundaries between leaders and the people they represent, between experts and the lay public, between scientists and nonscientists. It has enabled people to communicate directly and interact in unprecedented ways.
Syrian media broadcast from captured Aleppo areas
Syrian state media on Friday reported from areas newly captured during a government ground offensive in the besieged enclave of eastern Aleppo, showing resettlement of civilians, restorations of roads and removal of debris.
Erdogan invites Trump to Turkey: Turkish media
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has invited the United States President-elect Donald Trump to his country.
Biden to be Clinton’s pick for secretary of state: Media
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may offer Vice President Joe Biden the post of secretary of state if she wins the November election, local media say.
Trump says 2016 election 'rigged' by 'corrupt' media
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has accused the "corrupt" US media of manipulating the 2016 election in favor of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
South Korean media: IRNA-Yonhap exhibition warmly received
A joint IRNA-Yonhap exhibition has been warmly received in Seoul, South Korea, according to media reports.

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