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Journalists in Syria: observers, actors or targets?

What has happened to the three journalists thought to be still trapped in the Syrian city of Homs? British photographer Paul Conroy was evacuated last night in an operation that left a dozen or more people dead but what about Edith Bouvier, William Daniels and Javier Espinosa? Laura Baines and her panel discuss whether Syria has become too dangerous for foreign journalists, or if their profession demands they keep on reporting the facts whatever the risks.

  • Robert MAHONEY, Deputy Director, Committee to Protect Journalists;
  • Luis PERAL, Senior Fellow, European Union Institute for Security Studies;
  • Catherine NORRIS-TRENT, France 24 reporter.

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2015-05-27 FIFA

FIFA corruption scandal: Top officials indicted on US corruption charges (part 2)

The world's most popular sport is in turmoil. Two separate inquiries have been launched into corruption at football's governing body, FIFA. A US probe is looking into $150...

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2015-05-27 FIFA

FIFA corruption scandal: Top officials indicted on US corruption charges (part 1)

The world’s most popular sport is in turmoil. Two separate inquiries have been launched into corruption at football’s governing body, FIFA. A US probe is looking into $150...

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2015-05-26 Iran

Islamic State group advances: Baghdad and Washington trade blame over losses (part 2)

The fight is on in Ramadi, a campaign to recapture the capital of Anbar province that has now been taken in hand by Shiite militias. But even as the operation unfolds,...

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2015-05-26 Iraq

Islamic State group advances: Baghdad and Washington trade blame over losses (part 1)

The fight is on in Ramadi, a campaign to recapture the capital of Anbar province that has now been taken in hand by Shiite militias. But even as the operation unfolds,...

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2015-05-25 Burundi

Burundi's brutal standoff: One month on, tension spirals (part 2)

After a month of protests and a failed coup, President Pierre Nkurunziza is undeterred in his bid for a third term. He denies ordering the weekend killing of opposition figure...

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