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Derrick O'Keefe | Are the esteemed editors of the Wall Street Journal at all embarrassed about their wish for a Pinochet on the Nile? It seems not.
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rabble staff | The CRTC has rejected the application from Sun News for mandatory carriage on cable television, a major blow to the struggling right-wing network.
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Andreas Krebs, Suzanne Gallant | There are, it turns out a few obvious and good reasons why no self-respecting millennial would be caught dead with a newspaper.
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Nick Fillmore | The global warming deniers are at it again, and it is high time that the environmental movement launched an organized campaign to expose these scientific community charlatans.
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rabble staff | There's one big editorial endorsement missing. The Vancouver Sun editorial board has -- in an unusual move for them -- declined to issue an election editorial.
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Nik Beeson | This week the CRTC is holding hearings into whether Sun News should be given mandatory carriage in every basic cable and satellite package across Canada.
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Saif Alnuweiri | Attention has again returned to Syria, where the government and various rebel factions continue to fight over the future of the country.
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Saif Alnuweiri | Hunted down and persecuted for decades by Egypt's various heads of state, the Muslim Brotherhood has achieved a goal it has pursued since its conception.
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Saif Alnuweiri | This week’s press roundup focuses on the continuing deterioration of the situation in Syria and the year long uprising that has been taking place there.
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Crowds gathered to protest outside Mubarak's trial, August 2011. (Photo: Maggie Osama / flickr)
Saif Alnuweiri | Following the verdict of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, we review the reaction with a survey of media coverage from a variety of sources.
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rabble staff | It's election day in Ontario, and Sun media is doing what it can to grow voter apathy. Don't let them turn you off voting.
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Alheli Picazo | Sun News Network, a channel brought to by its own sense of self importance, is the epitome of pseudo-journalism, comprised of on-air personalities with the intellectual curiosity of Sarah Palin.