How do you cover the rise of a political leader who’s left a paper trail of anti-constitutionalism, racism and the encouragement of violence? That's a question US journalists faced after the ascendance of fascist leaders in Italy and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.
Katie Nelson is a freelance photographer and reporter in Nairobi. On a recent trip to a bookstore, she picked up some old National Geographic magazines, including one that is quite famous. The timing, though, was quite ironic.
Prominent British-Lebanese TV presenter Liliane Daoud was arrested and deported out of Egypt this week. She says her deportation is the latest in a long series of crackdowns on vocal journalists in Egypt.
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