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Fresh Air Remembers War Reporter Anthony Shadid
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Photographer Moises Saman captured this shot of two activists in Hama, Syria. Saman and journalist Anthony Shadid entered the city for several days last July. The rest of Saman's images can be found here. Moises Saman /The New York Times hide caption

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A Foreign Correspondent Reflects On The Arab Spring
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A man stands outside the international press center in Tunis on the eve of historic national election in Tunisia.

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Tunisians Wake To Their First Free Elections
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