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Algeria: Crackdown on Journalists

Brent Gregston, Worldpress.org contributing editor, July 16, 2004

Morocco's Tentative Tap-Dance With Terrorism

James Badcock, The Daily Star (English-language), Beirut, Lebanon, June 26, 2004

Zimbabwe Government Closes Another Newspaper

Eugene Soros, Worldpress.org correspondent, Harare, Zimbabwe, June 23, 2004

South Africa Celebrates Ten Years of Freedom

Veeramalla Anjaiah, The Jakarta Post(independent), Jakarta, Indonesia, April 26, 2004

Cheating Death

Simon Apiku, Adjumani, Uganda, April 7, 2004

The Murky Truth

George Sarpong, World Press Review correspondent, Accra, Ghana, April 1, 2004

Kenya: Road Rage

William Karanja, World Press Review correspondent, Nairobi, Kenya

Ethiopia’s Struggle over Land Reform

Ayenew Haileselassie and Panos Features Staff, Panos Features (Third World-oriented news agency), London, England, February 2004

Ferial Haffajee: Editor as Newsmaker

Sarah Coleman, World Press Review associate editor

Is Burundi's Slow-Motion Genocide Finally Over?

Brent Gregston, World Press Review correspondent, Paris, France, Jan. 27, 2004

 

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