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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

CNN's coverage of unrest in Middle East and North Africa


CNN's coverage of unrest in Middle East and North Africa

Over the last several weeks, unrest has spread across countries in the Middle East and North Africa including Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Yemen and Bahrain.
CNN staff are newsgathering and reporting for all of CNN Worldwide's platforms in these regions. Ben Wedeman (@bencnn) is the first western television reporter to enter and report from inside Libya during the current crisis. In addition to continued coverage of Egypt by Fionnuala Sweeney and Ivan Watson (@ivancnn) in Cairo, CNN has reporters covering this developing story from other key places in the region including Nic Robertson (@nicrobertsonCNN) on the Libya/Tunisia border; Arwa Damon (@arwaCNN) and Rima Maktabi in Bahrain; and Mohammed Jamjoom (@jamjoomcnn) in Yemen.

Follow the latest tweets from the CNN news team based across the region on Twitter at cnni/arabunrest.


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2 comments:

Writing Junkie said...

wow they have so much courage!
I have always loved the CNN reporters for as long as I can remember, as a highschool junior they are my idols of what a journalist should be.

Good luck to them as they search for the truth and report is back.
I hope to one day be able to do what they do.

Anonymous said...

CNN reporters are doing an amazing job covering
the events in the Middle East & North Africa. 360
needs to keep doing hard news. Anderson trailed
MSNBC in viewers but beat all of their prime time
shows in the demo. Younger viewers want news.
Things are really getting interesting in Libya.
Cities are now falling. Keep up the good work
CNN reporters. You guys are the best. The
ratings come from TV Newser for Monday. Big
international news is giving CNN a bump in
the ratings.