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In the Maison of exiled journalists


They come from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Lately, they’re mostly coming from Iraq. They once did the rewarding, highly dangerous job of informing the public in their countries. Many of the world’s “hot” spots are losing their reporters, who risk arrest in the best-case scenario if they return to their countries

They come from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Lately, they’re mostly coming from Iraq. They once did the rewarding, highly dangerous job of informing the public in their countries. Many of the world’s “hot” spots are losing their reporters, who risk arrest in the best-case scenario if they return to their countries

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