Here, for the record, is an interesting Twitter exchange:
BBC audiences would no doubt be very interested to hear more details about the easier access and safer reporting conditions in the Gaza Strip.
But of course it is not just the volume of reporting which distinguishes the BBC’s coverage of last summer’s conflict in Israel and the Gaza Strip from its reporting on the ongoing conflict in Yemen: the difference in tone of reporting is remarkable too.
With the casualty toll in Yemen having surpassed that in the Gaza Strip last year, it is worth taking a look at how that news was presented in the latest report to appear on the BBC News website’s Middle East page.
“More than 3,000 people have been killed since a Saudi-led coalition began air strikes in March to drive back Houthi rebels and restore the government.
Aid agencies say a blockade on Yemen…
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