MidEast Dispatches: US-Backed Groups Challenge Government/Mosaic-English Translation of TV News Broadcasts from the Middle East

US-Backed Groups Challenge Government

Inter Press Service
By Ahmed Ali and Dahr Jamail*

BAQUBA, Feb 11 (IPS) – U.S. backed Sunni militants have challenged the U.S.-backed Iraqi government in Baghdad, and demanded political power after two women were killed by government forces.

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English Translation of Television News broadcasts from the Middle East

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The Peabody Award Winning Mosaic Mosaic features selections from daily TV news programs produced by national broadcasters throughout the Middle East. The news reports are presented unedited and translated, when necessary, into English. Mosaic includes television news broadcasts from selected national and regional entities listed on the right. These news reports are regularly watched by 280 million people in 22 countries all over the Middle East.
How to watch Mosaic: Please watch the quicktime stream while reviewing the information about the broadcasters on the right. Mosaic represents a diversity of media sources from state controlled to US funded to private networks affiliated with political factions. Mosaic is best understood, appreciated and digested within the context of the specific news outlets being watched.

February 11, 2008

Mosaic News – 02/11/08: World News From The Middle East

The Peabody Award-winning daily compilation of television news reports from the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Iraq and Iran.

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