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Monday – April 23 – NEWS AGENDA
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Today’s briefing leads with Comey memos detail Trump reservations and ‘Jihadist’ linked to 9/11 captured. What else should we be covering?
There’s emerging stories coming on Basque militant group ETA saying “We really are sorry” and the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shootings. And we’re updating our plastics in the ocean project.
We’ve published some great stories this week, here’s a small selection:
- “US doctors try to cut out insurers and government with ‘direct primary care’”
- “Far-right ‘identitarians’ struggle for a foothold in Britain”
- “Difficulty verifying chemical attack amplified by pro-Assad misinformation”
- “Cambridge University declines our information request over Cambridge Analytica”
- “If Trump meets Kim, history will be handmaid.”
What else should we look at? What do you feel may be missing?
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