Bob Dietz

Asia Program Coordinator, Committee to Protect Journalists

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Asia Program Coordinator at the Committee to Protect Journalists

Bob Dietz on KCRW

There's evidence today that Afghanistan is getting more dangerous for reporters.

Capture of New York Times Reporter Illustrates Danger in Afghanistan

There's evidence today that Afghanistan is getting more dangerous for reporters.

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North Korea has sentenced two American television reporters to twelve years in a prison labor camp, prompting an international outcry.

Are US Journalists Being Used as Pawns by North Korea?

North Korea has sentenced two American television reporters to twelve years in a prison labor camp, prompting an international outcry.

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North Korea has sentenced two American television reporters to twelve years in a prison labor camp, prompting an international outcry.

Are US Journalists Being Used as Pawns by North Korea?

North Korea has sentenced two American television reporters to twelve years in a prison labor camp, prompting an international outcry.

from To the Point

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