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12:00 AM ET, August 21, 2014

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Washington Post:
U.S. staged secret Syria operation in failed bid to rescue Foley, other journalists, hostages  —  U.S. staged secret operation into Syria in failed bid to rescue Americans  —  On Wednesday, President Obama spoke at a news conference in Martha's Vineyard about American journalist James Foley …
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James Ball / Guardian:
James Foley and the daily horrors of the internet: think hard before clicking  —  Outcry over footage of Foley's apparent beheading raises difficult questions about editorial ethics - and our own choices  —  With depressing frequency in this summer of diverse horrors, we hear tales …
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
UK warns that viewing, downloading or sharing Foley video may be a crime under terrorism legislation  —  Police warn sharing James Foley killing video is a crime  —  Met says passing on clip of Isis militant murdering US journalist on social media could lead to proseution under anti-terror laws
Caroline Moss / Business Insider:
Twitter Won't Suspend NY Post And Daily News For Posting Grisly James Foley Covers  —  When the news of James Foley's beheading by jihadist group ISIS started to make headlines yesterday, there seemed to be a common plea: Don't tweet graphic images from the video showing the American photojournalist's gruesome death.
Siraj Datoo / BuzzFeed:
Twitter To Suspend Accounts Of Anyone Tweeting Graphic Images Of Photojournalist's Alleged Execution
RT:
Obama condemns killing of photojournalist James Foley
Michael B Kelley / Business Insider:
Questions mount over how Jim Foley, believed to be held by Assad, was captured by ISIS
Hadas Gold / Politico:
NYT will comply with Afghanistan's order for correspondent Matthew Rosenberg to leave country  —  NYT's Rosenberg expelled from Afghanistan  —  The New York Times will comply with an order from the Afghan attorney general's office ordering correspondent Matthew Rosenberg to leave the country …
Discussion: New York Times, RT and FishbowlNY
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Sydney Morning Herald:
News Corp threatens ‘action’ over leaked accounts  —  News Corp Australia has told rival media organisations it will take “appropriate action” against any person or publication publishing stories with the contents of a leaked internal document that showed The Australian haemorrhaged $27 million in financial year 2013.
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Ryan Grim / The Huffington Post:
Huffington Post teams up with Beacon Reader to fund a local journalist reporting in Ferguson for a year  —  The Huffington Post Is Not Leaving Ferguson  —  What happens in Ferguson and the St. Louis metro area the day after everybody leaves?  —  It's a question on the minds of nearly every resident …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Startup that places women in tech jobs plans journalism vertical  —  News organizations have one great advantage over tech companies, Katharine Zaleski says: They're used to people working remotely.  “For years now, decades, newsrooms have been set up where someone can work remotely because of the bureau system,” she said.
Charlotte Higgins / Guardian:
BBC looks beyond the walled garden in a changing media world  —  In part eight of our nine-part series, Charlotte Higgins looks at how 20 years ago the BBC was a fortress in a broadcasting world it largely invented itself, and how viewing habits are changing and the technical innovator …
Discussion: @chiggi and @arusbridger
Chris Smith / Digiday:
Mobile traffic surpasses desktop for top UK publishers  —  The top newspaper and magazine publishers in the U.K. have now crossed the mobile-desktop audience threshold, with many reporting that over half their audience now views their content on mobile and tablet devices.
Steve Cavendish / News, Nashville Scene:
The Tennessean's ‘newsroom of the future’ means cuts, turmoil and rock-bottom morale at present  —  Future Shock  —  Chas Sisk had had enough.  —  The Tennessean had just fired Sisk and the entire staff of the paper the day before and asked them to reapply for their jobs.
 
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