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Data journalism: how to find stories in numbers

Colleagues often ask me what data journalism is. They’re confused by why it needs its own name — don’t all journalists use data?

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How to be an investigative science journalist

Investigative journalism is rewarding but requires vigilance, determination and preparation. K. S. Jayaraman (former science correspondent for the Press Trust of India) shares tips from his career.

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Zimbabwe: New threats to media freedom

Jan26

Death threats allegedly made by a senior police officer to a journalist and the arrest of a photographer, all in the space of a few days, have heightened fears of a new onslaught on the country’s media. Freelance journalist Stanley Kwenda fled Zimbabwe on Jan. 15 after receiving a death threat apparently from a senior police officer Chief Superintendent Chrispen Makedenge.

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Somalia: Abductors free two foreign journalists

Two foreign journalists, held for more than 15 months in the restive Somali capital Mogadishu, have been released, reports say

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Anas Aremeyaw: My investigative journalism

Anas Aremeyaw Anas doesn’t like to be photographed. His desire to preserve anonymity in front of the public opinion is so strong that when he was awarded during the Natali Prize for journalism on October 21 – he won the second prize for the best African report – his face was hidden.

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