The US media's exclusion of graphic images fails to convey the reality of war and allows its glorification.
Flying at 30,000ft in a metal tube, we somehow feel safe. The disaster in Ukraine brings the dangers into cold relief.
Claims that babies were used for drug tests gives Irish leaders a chance to acknowledge a dark past. But will they?
Christians in Mosul told they face death unless they convert or pay "jizya" tax, more victims in a wider sectarian war.
Most US newscasts seem to support Washington's foreign policy by depicting Israel as victims of Palestinian "terrorism".
Some in Iraq have welcomed group's promise of a system of "swift justice" - but for others, it is cruel and unforgiving.
Campaigners scouring burial sites of hundreds of unmarried women's children who died under care of Catholic church home.
Maritime trade. Are we talking economic progress with environmental stewardship? That old chestnut ...
Voting is underway in a presidential election tipped to be the tightest contest in the country's history.