How Ron Moreau changed war reporting

We lost Ron Moreau in the spring of 1991. He had gone to Iraqi Kurdistan forNewsweek to cover the panicked flight of hundreds of thousands of people from their homes to the high harsh ice of the mountains on the Turkish border, where they hoped to escape the savagery of Saddam Hussein in the aftermath of . . . → Read More: How Ron Moreau changed war reporting

Around the World in Three Weeks

From Pakistan to Mexico, September’s third week saw war and earthquakes, market crashes, and a contested execution.

Heavy rain falls over Bangkok at sunset during monsoon season on Sept. 18.

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Media is the hub of falsehood

Media creates illusions for Mass Psychological Warfare

Everyone who has access to electronic media needs to understand a basic fact. Whatever they are about to see is nothing but ‘The Illusion’. It is amazing that such a big dilemma has never been bought to the limelight.

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Playboy’s Hefner announces Christmas engagement on Twitter

Hugh Hefner, the twice-married founder of Playboy, is taking the plunge again.

Hefner, 84, said on Saturday in a posting on Twitter that he and his girlfriend Crystal Harris, 24, got engaged on Friday.

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