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The Courage Of Female War Correspondents

It’s never been easy for female war correspondents, but in the 20th century they mostly went unassailed in the course of their reporting (except for Martha Gellhorn, who actually had more to fear from Ernest Hemingway than the Spanish fascists or … Continue reading

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Dear Baraka, Love Muammar

So daffy Muammar el-Qaddafi has written another letter to Barack Obama according to this Thursday New York Times report: TRIPOLI, Libya — Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya sent another strikingly personal letter to President Obama on Wednesday, urging him to stop NATO’s airstrikes but drawing … Continue reading

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