The World Press

Friday, September 19, 2003

Two years after the September 11th attacks, the sympathy expressed around the world for the U.S. has largely dissipated. A quick flip through the major newspapers of other countries is a sober reminder that billions of people are getting very different versions of the news than are Americans. Bob talks to UPI Chief International Correspondent Martin Walker about the foreign media's response to recent events like the WTO walkout, U.N. deliberations over Iraq, and Israel's threats to eliminate Yasser Arafat.

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