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I will focus on international news events for this reflection. The following international news events will be mentioned: David Hicks, Mr. Blair's new proposals for criminals, Egypt's constitution, Hong Kong's leader won new term, and Seized sailors held in Iranian.-Print media reports and my reflectionsOn Monday, 26 March 2007 (page 6), The MX News reported that David Hicks is contemplating agreeing to a plea deal with US military prosecutors. I was particularly disappointed with the report in The MX News. This report only described the situation of Hicks and what his lawyer said. It was a shallow report as it did not include any analysis to the event. The report in the MX NEWS relied ...view middle of the document...

On Monday, 26 March 2007, the BBC reported that the 15 Royal Navy personnel who were seized on Friday are being held at an Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps base in Tehran. An Iranian source told the BBC's security correspondent the Britons were being interrogated to find out if their mission was intelligence-gathering. The BBC had their own source for the report; they had a reporter on the ground rather than relied on news agency reporters. They devoted sufficient space and time for this report.-Online media reports and my reflectionsOn Tuesday, 27 March 2007, the BBC NEWS reported on Mr. Blair's new proposals for criminals. Repeat offenders' activities will be restricted after they leave prison, under plans for the criminal justice system outlined by Mr. Blair. I thought the report in the BBC NEWS was pretty good because the report was presented in a simple way without the use of technical jargons. The report had in-depth analysis about the new proposals from two sides. One side thought they should make alcohol and drug treatment available for all inmates ...


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