Today, in what is thought to be the first case of its kind, the judge in the Julian Assange case has said that journalists can tweet throughout the trial providing “it’s quiet and doesn’t disturb anything.” This case really is landmark in the future of journalism.
- The rainbow after the storm, Gaza City style https://t.co/tBgSXZKNUm 5 days ago
- RT @rafsanchez: In today's Isr/Pal newsletter I wrote about how the end of TIPH is part of a broader collapse of the architecture of 1990s… 1 week ago
- Great by @IKershner digging deep into the phenomena of extremist settlers, some of whom not only hate Palestinians… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- Killer line "All of Lebanon’s leading parties that protested on the 14th of March 2005 against Syrian influence are… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
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