Charlie Sennott

co-founder of Global Post and executive director of the GroundTruth Project, an organization that trains international correspondents

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Charles M. Sennott is the co-founder of GlobalPost. He also heads up The GroundTruth Project, a foundation-supported initiative that is dedicated to training the next generation of foreign correspondents in the digital age and producing in-depth Special Reports for GlobalPost.

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Slain journalist James Foley was captured nearly two years ago while reporting in Syria. The Islamic militant group ISIS posted a video online yesterday of Foley being beheaded.

Journalist James Foley Killed by ISIS

Slain journalist James Foley was captured nearly two years ago while reporting in Syria. The Islamic militant group ISIS posted a video online yesterday of Foley being beheaded.

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