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2013-04-29 Iraq pulls plug on 'misleading' TV networks Baghdad
2. 2013-04-28 Iraq unrest prompts TV channel ban Baghdad
D. 2010-11-01 TV station taken off air after church raid Baghdad
E. 2008-05-16 Police beat news photographer Fallujah, Sunni Triangle
5. 2007-01-08 Video showing Hussein wounds emerges Baghdad
G. 2006-03-31 Carroll praises insurgents in video Iraq
H. 2006-02-15 TV ads appeal for U.S. journalist's release Iraq

TV ads appeal for U.S. journalist's release  An Iraqi television station has begun airing announcements seeking the release of Jill Carroll   Al Qaeda No. 2: Bush must admit defeat   Pakistan: Al-Jazeera has aired a video of al-Zawahiri, in which he called on U.S. President to admit defeat in Iraq   Bush concern at Iraq 'propaganda'   Washington: The White House has expressed concern over reports that the military is planting favourable stories Report: U.S. buys positive press in Iraq
Iraq pulls plug on 'misleading' TV networks  Baghdad: The government ordered 10 television networks shut down, accusing them of stoking sectarian violence with 'unprofessional' and 'unethical' coverage Iraq unrest prompts TV channel ban  Baghdad: Iraqi authorities have suspended the licences of 10 satellite channels because of a rise in sectarian unrest TV station taken off air after church raid  Baghdad: Al-Baghdadia said it was contacted by gunmen during Sunday's church hostage drama, has been taken off air Police beat news photographer Map of Fallujah Iraq  Sunni Triangle: An Iraqi photographer working for Reuters was hospitalized after police beat him at the scene of a bombing. 7 people were killed in the suicide bombing   Video showing Hussein wounds emerges  Baghdad: A video showing Saddam after his execution with a gaping neck wound and facial bruising is posted on the Internet   Journalist: Bush 'concealing Iraq violence'   Washington: Veteran journalist Bob Woodward has claimed that the true extent of insurgent attacks has been hidden Carroll praises insurgents in video  American journalist, who was released after being held hostage, slams the United States   New Abu Ghraib images broadcast


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Apr.29
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Nov.1


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year 2007 Top ^

Jan.8


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   Australia: An Australian TV channel has broadcast previously unpublished images showing US abuse of prisoners
Jan.6


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  Washington: One of the programs reportedly paid a consulting firm and Iraqi newspapers to plant favorable stories

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year 2004 Top ^

Aug.7
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  Several thousand Iraqis protested the closure of Al Hawsa for 60 days, chanting anti-U.S. slogans


year 2003 Top ^

Sep.17   Network airs Saddam audiotape
  A statement attributed to former Iraqi leader calls on U.S. troops to leave Iraq unconditionally or face continued attacks
Jul.7 Iraq weapons claims criticised
  England: MPs have cleared media chief Alastair Campbell of 'sexing up' intelligence
Jul.5   British journalist killed  A freelance television producer was shot and killed outside the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad Apr.30   'Saddam letter' urges resistance
  England: Arabic newspaper has published what it says is a letter from deposed Iraqi leader urging Iraqis to resist coalition forces

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Oct.24 Foreign journalists ordered out  The government is enacting tough visa restrictions for admitting foreign newspeople in the future


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