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A new journalism is born in Benghazi

Today’s episode of “Democracy Now!” features a poignant segment by correspondent Anjali Kamat who, with videographer Yusuf Misdaq, tours a newly assembled media center, staffed by volunteers who include dentists and communications engineers. She also meets with former state-run radio employees who are opening up the airwaves with “Free Libya Radio.” Meanwhile, rebels are imploring […]

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