Journalists Spotlight

Thu, 07/07/2011
Timothy Kalyegira, the Managing Editor of the online magazine "The Uganda Report" tells us about his arrest following a controversial story he had written.
Thu, 30/06/2011
Nabil Al Haj, 29, used to be a news anchor for Libyan State TV. Battling with a lack of journalistic ethics at Gaddafi's channel, he decided to flee the country.
Mon, 13/06/2011
Rosie Garthwaite wrote a book about surviving war zones. Her lesson after 150 interviews on the subject: People vastly disagree on what it means to stay safe.
Thu, 02/06/2011
My husband was killed because he was videotaping things that Egyptian police didn't want people to see.
Thu, 05/05/2011
Anas Bouslamti reflects his endeavors and the challenges of promoting journalism ethics in Morocco.
Sun, 17/04/2011
Lamis Andoni writes about the obstacles she has faced during decades of reporting in Jordan.
Sat, 09/04/2011
What does it take to be a crime reporter in the murder capital of the world? Everything, says Irma Londono.
Fri, 04/02/2011
The story of a Palestinian media photographer, who has his two legs amputated, after an Israel rocket attack.

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