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Burundi Journalist Honored for Ethnic Radio Project

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Burundi Journalist Honored for Ethnic Radio Project

Burundi Journalist Honored for Ethnic Radio Project

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Alexis Sinduhije, a Burundian journalist, will receive an International Press Freedom Award this week from the Committee to Protect Journalists. Sinduhije is the founder of Radio Publique Africaine, a radio station that has brought together Hutu and Tusti reporters. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and Sinduhije.

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