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Safely covering the most dangerous stories


Some of the biggest stories in the news recently have included the revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, and now, the earthquake in Japan. All are very dangerous for those directly involved in the story, but what about the journalists who cover them? WUFT-FM’s Miguel Lopez talked with NPR Correspondent Greg Allen about how journalists put their lives on the line to cover the world’s biggest stories, and what it is that goes through the mind of a journalist as they do it.

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