MediaGist

Multilingual Media Summarization and Sentiment Analysis

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Entity - The Guardian
9 mentions (0 found by coreference resolution)
Variants detected: 1
  • The Guardian: 9
Mentions in articles: 1
Sentiment: 0
Mentions in comments: 8
Sentiment: 16
  • refreshing: 1
  • uncompromising: 1
  • respect: 1
  • bravery: 1
  • astonishing: 1
Crosslingual controversy in articles: Articles vs. comments controversy: Crosslingual controversy in comments:
0 8.2 8.2
Martin Luther King Jr was a radical. We must not sterilize his legacy
If King were alive today, his words would threaten most of those who now sing his praises
Mentions in articles: 0 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 0) Mentions in comments: 3 (positive: 0, neutral: 3, negative: 0)
Winnie Mandela helped Nelson become the radical that he was
At a pivotal point in South Africa’s history, Winnie urged Nelson to risk ANC alienation and embrace young activists, writes former Labour minister for Africa Peter Hain
Mentions in articles: 0 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 0) Mentions in comments: 4 (positive: 2, neutral: 2, negative: 0)
Shame of Labour party antisemitism
Letters: Giles Oakley, Martin Weitz and Jeremy Connick on anti-Jewish sentiment and Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of the issue
Mentions in articles: 0 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 0) Mentions in comments: 1 (positive: 0, neutral: 1, negative: 0)
The Guardian view on the gender pay gap: a symptom of deep prejudice
Editorial: Women’s work has been systematically undervalued for far too long. Now the scale of the problem cannot be denied
Mentions in articles: 1 (positive: 0, neutral: 1, negative: 0) Mentions in comments: 0 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 0)