The media isn’t always to blame

Following the atrocious attacks in Brussels that resulted in the deaths of 31 people, there has been a vast and understandable outpouring of sympathy.

Hashtags were quickly set up, memes of defiance swamped social media and the attacks received blanket coverage in the media.

Once the initial shock of the explosions subsided, a number of articles emerged criticising the lack of coverage dedicated to the Ankara bombings that had occurred just days before.

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