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The Seattle Times salutes briskly and says "Yes, Sir!" to U.S. General Mark Kimmitt (April 13). Meanwhile, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer prints two front-page stories on civilian suffering and death in Fallujah (April 22).
The Seattle Times contravenes Dept. of Defense policy by publishing a photograph of coffins of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq (April 18), setting off a national debate over Defense Dept. policy and the media's responsibility in showing the true costs of the war.
In 1999, UNICEF reported that sanctions had contributed to the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children. The report was almost totally ignored by our mass media (2/02). How did our local newspapers fair? more...
Updated on May 17, 2004.