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Fear and loathing in the newsroom

As the biggest humanitarian crisis since WWII rages on, people in developed nations seem to be indifferent. But away from the basic media snapshots, a different and more authentic story emerges. So is the media portrayal today of immigrants, migrants, and refugees painting a distorted picture to suit its own agenda? Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by former Aleppo resident Dina Ariss, and broadcaster and filmmaker Tazeen Ahmed.

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