Jeffrey Gettleman

New York Times

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Jeffrey Gettleman is the East Africa bureau chief for the New York Times and the author of the forthcoming book, Love, Africa: A Memoir of Romance, War, and Survival. Gettleman is a 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winner for International Reporting.

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Have you ever traveled abroad, fallen in love with a country and dreamed of returning — as a foreign correspondent? Jeffrey Gettleman has made that dream come true.

A reporter's love letter to Africa

Have you ever traveled abroad, fallen in love with a country and dreamed of returning — as a foreign correspondent? Jeffrey Gettleman has made that dream come true.

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Seventy-million people are "food insecure." Famine has been declared already in one country and predicted in three more — in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.

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