A Journalist's Interrogation, Imprisonment in Sudan While on assignment in Sudan, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Paul Salopek was captured by pro-government militias, then charged with spying and imprisoned for 34 days. He writes about his experience in April's edition of National Geographic.

A Journalist's Interrogation, Imprisonment in Sudan

A Journalist's Interrogation, Imprisonment in Sudan

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Journalist Paul Salopek was accused of spying and jailed for 34 days whie on assignment in Sudan. Rebecca Hale/National Geographic hide caption

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