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Mexican Editor Detained, Interrogated

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Dec 31, 2009

The editor of the newspaper El Sur, based in the Mexican state of Guerrero, was detained and interrogated by Mexican police because of an editorial he wrote.

Arab Media Grade Obama's Performance as Commander in Chief

New America Media, Q&A, Sandip Roy, Dec 29, 2009

As 2009 winds to a close with the President promising 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan, how is the Arab media grading Barack Obama on his first year in office? Jamal Dajani is Director of Middle East Programming for Link TV.

Anime: Tragedy Replaces Happy Ending in Fairy Tales

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Dec 27, 2009

Japanese anime is becoming increasingly popular with American kids who are drawn to its darker, more complex world view. These stories reflect ancient eastern sensibilities that are rooted in human suffering rarely known in the land of “happily ever after.”

Bilingual Newspaper Folds, Leaves Void in Japanese-American Community

SF Public Press, News Report, Conor Gallagher, Dec 15, 2009

One of the last bilingual Japanese-English newspapers in San Francisco has ceased its print publication and will likely end its Internet edition in the near future.

Latinos Rarely Mentioned in U.S. Media

La Opinión, News Report, Pilar Marrero, Translated by Elena Shore, Dec 08, 2009

A study of nearly 35,000 stories in U.S. English-language news media found that only 3 percent of the coverage mentioned Latinos.

Azizah Publisher Chosen as 'Influential Muslim'

New America Media, News Feature, Suzanne Manneh, Dec 05, 2009

Tayyibah Taylor, publisher of Azizah magazine, was one of 72 U.S. Muslims listed in the new book, “The 500 Most Influential Muslims – 2009.″

New York Community Media Alliance Announces Ippies Awards Winners

New America Media, press release, Dec 05, 2009

Lou Dobbs Reaches Out to Latinos on Telemundo

Telemundo, Video, Dec 01, 2009

Lou Dobbs was grilled about his past statements about immigrants by Maria Celeste of Telemundo's Al Rojo Vivo.

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Fifty-Seven Bodies Found in Philippine Political Massacre, News Report, Christine Avendaño and TJ Burgonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Nov 25, 2009

Phil. Senator Rodolfo Biazon is questioning the Arroyo government as to why no arrests have been made, three days after the slaughter of at least 57 people to date in Maguindanao province in southern Philippines.

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Death Toll from Philippine Political Massacre Rises to Forty-Six, News Report, TJ Burgonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer [Mindanao], Nov 24, 2009

As the Philippine National Police continues its hunt for gunmen responsible for the murder of at least 46 people in one of the country's most brutal explosions of political violence, R.P. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo declared a state of emergency in Maguindanao and neighboring provinces.

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