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Through executive action bookmarking both ends of 2016, the Let’s Change government has reformed the regulatory framework for the broadcast media and telecommunications sectors. With dominant players and severe deficiencies in the quality of services, the president has reshaped the playing field. Will new investment and technology now arrive? And what happens now to pluralism? Santiago Marino, a specialist from the universities of Quilmes and Buenos Aires, analyses the problems and opportunities of a new reality.... Buenos Aires Herald »
No casualties as two handmade rockets land in Eshkol region day after Isis claims four members were killed by Israeli drone
Two rockets, apparently fired by Islamic militants in Egypt’s northern Sinai, have landed in southern Israel. The attack came a day after an Isis affiliate claimed that several of its members had been killed by an Israeli drone.
The incident is the second within the space of a month after four missiles were fired towards the Israeli Red Sea city of Eilat, suggesting an increase in tensions on Israel’s southern border.Continue reading... The Gaurdian »
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