The Canadian Press (CP) March 23, 2003
By the Canadian Press
Aside from the traditional sources of news like TV and newspaper Web sites, there are tons of unconventional sites that can offer a different perspective of the war in Iraq.
_ www.debka.com _ Headlines from the Middle East although many of the reports are from unknown sources.
_ www.clandestineradio.com _ Allows visitors to listen to radio broadcasts from dissident-run Iraqi radio stations, intelligence agencies and official government propaganda teams from over 40 countries.
_ www.globalsecurity.org _ Compiles articles and links on the movement of troops and weaponry loads.
_ www.1stheadlines.com/iraq _ This site scans the Web and provides new headlines every few minutes.
_ www.antiwar.com _ Although obviously biased, there's a wealth of information from numerous sources. Volunteers from around the world cull their local papers and submit the best links.
_ www.theonion.com _ The dependable humour site offers some relief from the doom-and-gloom news reports. Where else can you find mock headlines like Military Promised Huge Numbers for Gulf War II: The Vengeance?
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