A War Reporter Tries to Understand What Courage Is

Sinduhije, Alexis
June 2006
Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p18
The author considers courage as a reflection on humanity. He cites a health story covered by war reporter Emmanuel Ndamwumvane regarding the treatment received by patients at a hospital in Burundi. He mentions the actions imposed by the Burundi government againts innocent civilians. He states the values of the independent radio station Radio Publique Africaine. He reveals the origin of courage.


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