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01 February 2017

Newsrooms show curious standard in covering the Quebec shooting News coverage following mass shootings is always spotty. The deadly attack this weekend at a mosque in Quebec was no exception. The Daily Beast, for example, fell victim to a parody Twitter account that claimed falsely that the fatal shooting, which claimed the lives of six people, was carried out b...


News coverage following mass shootings is always spotty. The deadly attack this weekend at a mosque in Quebec was no exception. The Daily Beast, for example, fell victim to a parody Twitter account that claimed falsely that the fatal shooting, which claimed the lives of six people, was carried out b... Newsrooms show curious standard in covering the Quebec shooting The New York Times, USA Today, the Washington Post and others have omitted from their reports an eyewitness claim that the shooter allegedly shouted "Allahu akbar!" as he opened fire...

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