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Arab Reporter Roundtable

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Arab Reporter Roundtable

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Arab Reporter Roundtable

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden spoke with journalists from four newspapers in the Arab world about how each community is dealing with the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime. Hisham Kassem is the publisher of The Cairo Times. Jamal Khashoggi is the editor-in-chief of the Saudi Arabian newspaper Al-Watan. Ziad Haidar is the Damascus correspondent for the Lebanese newspaper As-Safir. And Salameh Ne'matt is the managing editor of the Jordanian paper Al-Hayat.

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