If you don't read at least five articles on the same set of events I'm not sure you can gain any knowledge from the mainstream media. The bias is so obvious and ubiquitious that there is no point in reading just one story. Better not to know than be propagandized.
"A U.S. military helicopter fired into a crowd of civilians who had surrounded a burning Army armored vehicle in the capital, killing 13 people, said Saad Amili, spokesman for the Health Ministry. Among those killed was a Palestinian journalist reporting from the scene for the Arab satellite network al-Arabiya."
"At least 37 people were killed in Baghdad alone. Many of them died when a U.S. helicopter fired on a disabled U.S. Bradley fighting vehicle as Iraqis swarmed around it, cheering, throwing stones and waving the black and yellow sunburst banner of Iraq's most-feared terror organization.
The dead from the helicopter strike included Arab television reporter Mazen al-Tumeizi. An Iraqi cameraman working for the Reuters news agency and an Iraqi freelance photographer for Getty Images were wounded."
[ed - that the terrorists' flag was placed in the barrel of the Bradley's main gun has been removed from this story since yesterday]
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