Two news agencies omit the IDF's explanation for a deadly clash in Nablus.
AP apparently mis-captions an unregulated weapon as a child's "toy"; also, an ulterior motive for the Geneva Accord lacks publication.
Two Florida papers revisit their refusal to call Hamas and Islamic Jihad "terrorists"; from one only, a policy change.
In the wake of "The Children's Attack," profiles of families victimized by terror deserve to be reprinted broadly.
Headlines of reports on the Hezbullah terror attack state only the Israeli response, framing Israel as the aggressor.
The LA Times finds two different worldviews from Palestinian and Israeli kids, but posts a title that suggests otherwise.
The media omit the reason for Iraqi Jewish emigration — flight from persecution.
As the prime ministers travel to Washington, observers are wondering: Did the road map take a detour?
A one-month study of Reuters headlines reveals clear bias in Reuters' Mideast coverage.
The media displace the road map's terms with those of the hudna — an internal Palestinian deal.