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Turkey election rivals accuse Erdogan of media monopoly
Opposition candidates in Turkey’s presidential election say incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has a near-monopoly over the media in the run-up to the June 24 elections.
IRNA ready for fostering media ties with Russia
It is proper time today to promote international, regional and bilateral cooperation between Iranian and Russian media, head of the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) said in this Russian port city.
Social media effort helped reverse HPV vaccination drop
A targeted social media campaign has been cited as one of the reasons why Ireland managed to turn around a sharp drop in the number of teenage girls receiving the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, which protects against most cervical cancers.
Offices of Russian media outlets raided in Ukrainian capital
Ukrainian security agencies raided at least two offices of Russian media outlets in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, media outlets said Tuesday.
Bulgaria slammed over media, women’s rights
Bulgarian authorities have demonstrated total disregard for systematic attacks on women by rejecting a European treaty designed to combat violence against women, the human rights group Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) said on Wednesday.
Militants to quit another enclave in Syria's Ghouta
Another militant group in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta has agreed to leave the region as the government forces advance against militants in their last major stronghold near the capital Damascus.
Rethinking how the media cover science
One of the recurring media narratives about the nature of science today is that it is ‘broken’ or ‘in crisis’. In the mainstream press, some stories about the failure to reproduce study results or the rising retraction rate or incidents of scientific fraud have been accompanied by assertions about a ‘systemic crisis’ in areas of science — or in science itself.
How to cure your social media addiction
Is social media the greatest invention of the 21st century — or the newest way we’re putting ourselves and our families in danger?
Children using social media after midnight every day
Children as young as 11 are so addicted to social media that they log on after midnight every night, research has found.
When will social media companies get serious about their effect on young kids?
The list of people who are worried about what technology and social media are doing to our kids’ brains is growing.
Culture minister urges media to promote hope and vitality in society
Iranian Culture Minister Seyyed Abbas Salehi called on the media to “raise hope’ and “increase vitality” in society.
Tehran complains to Ofcom over UK media propaganda over Iran events
Tehran has complained to the UK media regulator, Ofcom, about a propaganda campaign launched by some British media outlets, in defiance of Britain’s own law, with the aim of fueling the recent wave of unrest in some areas in Iran.
Dealers 'using social media sites to sell drugs to teenagers'
Drug dealers are increasingly using social media sites such as Instagram and Snapchat to sell illegal substances to young people, experts have warned.
65 journalists and media workers killed globally in 2017: RSF
Sixty-five journalists and media workers were killed worldwide in 2017, according to annual figures published by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on Tuesday.

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