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It’s no secret among journalists that Zimbabwe is one of the hardest and most dangerous countries in the world to cover. Reporters often have to shroud themselves in secrecy to operate inside Zimbabwe, sneaking into the country on tourist visas and leaving their bylines from stories to keep from being identified. The Washington Post’s Craig Timberg joins us to talk about his experiences in Zimbabwe and the country’s complex and dangerous political environment.
- Craig Timberg Reporter, Washington Post Foreign Service
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