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A case study of a story about Bible burning in Portland, covered by RT and its Ruptly video service, then amplified by US right-wing media and politicians
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The Grayzone, founded by Max Blumenthal, has become a favorite of China's state media and government as it denies crimes against humanity affecting Uighurs
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Ramona S. Diaz's new documentary A Thousand Cuts follows Maria Ressa's and Rappler's conflict with Rodrigo Duterte's regime
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