Sudan Holds Pulitzer-Winning Journalist

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Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Paul Salopek is being held in Sudan on charges of criminal espionage. He is a freelance reporter working for the National Geographic magazine and was detained while in working in Sudan's Darfur region.

Steve Inskeep talks to Lydia Polgreen of The New York Times about the case.



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