So I was reading an article today about the massacre/genocide in Nigeria, and how different media outlets were reporting on the situation.
The article I was reading can be found HERE.
From the article; "The mass massacre occurred Sunday (March 7, 2010) when Muslim groups, described as herdsmen, raided Christian villages in Nigeria's central Plateau state. The Indigenous Christians and Muslims who immigrated to the area have been clashing over control of the land's resources. Witnesses said that Hausa-Fulani tribesmen came from surrounding hills, firing guns in the pre-dawn hours of Sunday. When startled villagers emerged from their homes they were either shot or hacked with machetes. Mass graves were dug to bury the victims."
And then; "The main Canadian newspapers made a different choice in covering the massacre on March 9, 2010. The Toronto Star did not see the carnage as an important event as it is understood, by reporting about it on page A16 with only two sentences and a picture.".