Sunday, 31 March 2019 15:22
Far-right news website Politicalite gives the majority of their reporting to dispelling claims that the Christchurch terrorist had links to the far-right. The author did not give any media attention to the victims of the terror attack in New Zealand, moreover using the article as a vehicle for anti-Muslim narratives. This is UK’s media monitoring highlight for March.
Sunday, 31 March 2019 15:17
The day after the Christchurch massacre, far-right platform PI-News relativises the attack by pointing the finger at Islamic terror attacks. This is Germany’s media monitoring highlight for March.
Sunday, 31 March 2019 15:13
News channel Hír televízió hosted Bianka Speidl from the Migration Research Institute, an organization closely linked to the Hungarian government. During the interview, Speidl repeatedly pushed xenophobic and anti-Muslim narratives. This is Hungary’s media monitoring highlight for March.
Sunday, 31 March 2019 15:08
News website Origo reported on a new resolution adopted by the European Parliament, which aims to protect the rights of African nationals in the EU. The headline was written in a sensationalist manner, warning of ‘millions’ of African migrants coming to Europe. This is Hungary’s media monitoring highlight for March.
Sunday, 31 March 2019 15:03
Greek newspaper Dimokratia reported on a sensitive case in a biased and sensationalist manner, employing a xenophobic narrative. This is Greece’s media monitoring highlight for March.
Sunday, 31 March 2019 14:59
French TV Channel LCI hosted Guillaume Tabard, editor-in-chief of Le Figaro, who dismissed Muslim victims of the Christchurch terror attack because France has had victims of Islamic terror. This is France’s media monitoring highlight for March.
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