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Foreign Correspondent Ryszard Kapuscinski

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Foreign Correspondent Ryszard Kapuscinski

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Foreign Correspondent Ryszard Kapuscinski

Foreign Correspondent Ryszard Kapuscinski

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Polish writer Ryszard Kapuscinski died on January 23, 2007, at the age of 74. As a foreign correspondent, Kapuscinski covered coups and revolutions in the developing world for forty years. Many of his articles appeared in a series of books that made him famous: The Soccer War, Another Day of Life, and Shah of Shahs. This interview originally aired in 1988.

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