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Donna De Cesare
By Frank Smyth, September 26, 2010, Colleagues´ Corner

Donna DeCesare is widely known for her groundbreaking coverage of the spread of Los Angeles gangs to Central America.

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Corinne Dufka
By Webmaster, September 26, 2010, Colleagues´ Corner

Dufka, now a Human Rights Watch senior researcher, was an award-winning photojournalist for the Reuters news agency, covering conflicts in Central America, Europe and Africa.

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Martin Lueders
By Webmaster, September 26, 2010, Colleagues´ Corner

“Marty focuses on people –victims– from Bosnia to Rwanda, from Guatemala to India, from Liberia to Sierra Leone. The scenes are painfully intimate.” FS

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Jeremy Bigwood
By Webmaster, September 25, 2010, Colleagues´ Corner

Jeremy Bigwood is a frequently quoted investigative journalist, as well as a photojournalist whose images from the Central America wars from 1984 through 1994 were published worldwide.

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Jean-Marie Simon
By Webmaster, September 25, 2010, Colleagues´ Corner

“Jean-Marie Simon’s Guatemala is a country in which history, cultural diversity, exotic beauty and cruelty are reflected on the faces of its Indian peasants, its soliders, its politicians, its protesters and its mourners.” Aryeh Neier

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Jammeh ‘Award’ Coverage Reflects Chill in Gambian Press
By Frank Smyth, September 24, 2010, The Comittee to Protect Journalists

The claims are false. Regarding “your query asking for confirmation of Gambian reporting on the Gambian president receiving awards and a letter from President Obama,” White House National Security Council…

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Hollman Morris, Labeled ‘Terrorist,’ Finally Harvard-bound
By Frank Smyth, July 27, 2010, The Comittee to Protect Journalists

For a month, U.S. officials in Bogotá told Colombian journalist Hollman Morris that his request for a U.S. visa to study at Harvard as a prestigious Nieman Fellow had been denied on grounds relating to terrorist activities as defined by the U.S. Patriot Act, and that the decision was permanent and that there were no grounds for appeal.

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