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Doctors Without Borders creates their own TV channel to show what Mainstream outlets won't

Grant Garrison

In an example of the power of the internet to broaden what information is available and a challenge to the (liberal?) notion that people would consumer more global news if only it were offered, Doctors Without Borders has launched a channel on YouTube to showcase the world it experiences - huge challenges, strong local people battling through them, and how the international community can help. Will anyone watch?

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