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mg.co.za — Dawes informed staff at the weekly newpaper and digital news provider on Friday that he is to step down from his post. Dawes will leave the paper in September, after nine years on staff, half of them as editor, to join the Hindustan Times in New Delhi.
ijnet.org — IJNet.org is the premier global website for journalists and media managers to learn about training and networking opportunities. The site and its weekly e-mail bulletin reports on the latest innovations, resources and awards. IJNet publishes in Arabic, Chinese, English, Persian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Users come from more than 185 countries.
wap.nytimes.com — Wissam Nassar for The New York Times GAZA CITY - The French fries arrive soggy, the chicken having long since lost its crunch. A 12-piece bucket goes for about $27 here - more than twice the $11.50 it costs just across the border in Egypt.
marklives.com — The ABC has released circulation statistics for the period January 2013 to March 2013. Here are a couple of consumer magazine ABC numbers that popped out for us. We also updated our list of the biggest circulating consumer magazines in SA!
itunes.apple.com — Opening the iTunes Store. If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop. Progress Indicator iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection. We are unable to find iTunes on your computer.
belfasttelegraph.co.uk — NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet said threats against journalists undermine democracy Two Northern Ireland-based journalists have been issued with death threats, a union has claimed. The threats from loyalist paramilitaries have been condemned by the National Union of Journalists which said reporters should be allowed to work free from intimidation.
petslady.com — Who hasn't told a little white lie or purposely deceived others over the course of one's life. Ever wonder why the moral code of "thou shall not lie," has found its way into our religious and legal systems down through the ages?
bbc.co.uk — The head of Saudi Arabia's religious police has warned citizens against using Twitter, which is rising in popularity among Saudis. Sheikh Abdul Latif Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh said anyone using social media sites - and especially Twitter - "has lost this world and his afterlife".
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