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Voice of America

Mumbai's Attacked Hotels Reopen

Hundreds attend re-opening of Taj Mahal and Trident-Oberoi hotels, which were closed after terror attacks last month

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

Iraq Says Iranian Opposition Exiles Must Leave

The Shi'ite-led Iraqi government has told nearly 3,500 opposition Iranians living in exile in Iraq that it plans to close their camp and they have to leave the country.

Radio & TV Martí

DICE PAYA QUE EL PUEBLO DE CUBA DESEA LOS CAMBIOS

Líder opositor cubano declaró a la prensa española que los cambios en Cuba son muy deseados por el pueblo, pero es algo que lamentablemente aún no ocurre.

Radio Free Asia

Zeng Jinyan: Courage is not enough

In a moving message to the European Parliament who awarded her husband, Hu Jia, the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, Zeng Jinyan also paid tribute to other activists who try to improve freedom of expression in China. “If the truth be told, sometimes one's courage is not enough. Sometimes the price to be paid is very, very high."

BBG Past Events

International News Coverage in a New Media World: The Decline of the Foreign Correspondent and the Rise of the Citizen Journalist

The event was held December 10, 2008

With remarks by
BBG Governor D. Jeffrey Hirschberg

Panelists at the event were:
Loren Jenkins
Sherry Ricchiardi
Patrick Meier
Bob Dietz

Video and audio of the event available here.

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BBG FY 2009 Budget Request

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