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In the story about Bahrain's Formula One race, the reporter relied heavily on computer-assisted reporting because they were not allowed in the area where the news was happening.
The reporters that wrote about the incidents surrounding the protests, the hunger strike of the prisoner, the death of the civil rights leader and the arrest of a British news crew were all found out via the internet.
The story specifically sited watching people's Twitter accounts for news updates, which is where the British newsman reported his release.
They also relied on reporters who were in the country to post pictures and for protesters to post pictures on the internet using various social media sites or blogs.

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