‘Nick Griffin posts address of B&B case gay couple online’
Police in Cambridgeshire have said they are investigating complaints made after the leader of the far-right British National party, Nick Griffin, posted the address of a gay couple on the internet and appeared to urge his supporters to demonstrate outside their home.
‘Rupert Murdoch apologises for ‘Hugh Grant baby abandon’ tweet’
Rupert Murdoch, the media mogul has apologised to Hugh Grant after suggesting that the British actor had abandoned his baby daughter.
‘Leaked email reveals PR questions for Newsnight on ‘managing’ Savile expose’
A leaked BBC email from a senior press officer to Newsnight journalists today reveals how close the BBC was to broadcasting its investigation into Jimmy Savile child abuse claims last December.
‘Reuters launches The Wider Image’
The Wider Image is a new ‘interactive experience’ for iPad built by Reuters, which allows users to explore libraries of photographs.
‘Al Jazeera English magazine: US 2012 election’
Available on iPads and iPhones, Al Jazeera’s digital magazine showcases the best of Al Jazeera’s election coverage – featuring analysis from correspondents, documentaries, op-eds from political commentators, interactive graphics and more.
‘Videos of Afghan war tread fine line between voyeurism and therapy’
Video footage of American troops fighting against the Taliban in Afghanistan has garnered widespread attention online, highlighting a growing interest in raw, first-hand accounts from the 11 year-old conflict. While there are some who watch out of curiosity, others are veterans for whom the videos may serve as a means to cope with the trauma of war.