When the internet connection came back on January 10, people’s phones started ringing incessantly. “I was so happy to finally hear from my colleagues, they were bravely reporting from the squares [across the country], they even witnessed the death of one of the demonstrators. They fulfilled their duties as journalists
news, local news, DEMOCRACY is threatened if regional and independent newspapers are wiped out by the digital age, according to New England MP and Deputy Premier Barnaby Joyce. His comments follow the launch of a parliamentary inquiry into regional news services, which will examine the role they play in small
Atlanta mayor-elect Andre Dickens said Monday evening he tested positive for COVID-19. Dickens said on Twitter that with his “active schedule” and because the Omicron variant has increased, he’s been tested every other day. He tested positive today and is awaiting the results of a PCR test. “I feel great
Some biomedical journals may practice “nepotistic behavior,” a new study has suggested. In a random sample of 98 journals with a disproportionate number of publications by an author, that author was on the editorial board in 61% of cases, reported Clara Locher, PharmD, PhD, of the University of Rennes in
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A collection of leading medical and health journals this week called for swift action to tackle climate change, calling on governments to cooperate and invest in the environmental crisis with the degree of funding and urgency they have used to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. In an editorial published in
More than 200 health journals around the world have come together to simultaneously publish an editorial calling on world leaders to take urgent action to limit the rise in global temperature, stop the destruction of nature and protect health. While recent targets for reducing emissions and conserving biodiversity are welcome,
More than 200 health journals around the world publish an editorial calling on leaders to take urgent action on climate change and protect health. The British Medical Journal said it was the first time that so many publications had come together to make the same statement, reflecting the gravity of
The battle between Britain’s political magazines has intensified this summer as editorial changes at the big names on the newsstand mark a serious bid to move forward. Last week, Alan Rusbridger, the former editor of the Guardian, was announced as the new editor at Perspective, the centrist magazine created in
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