In the 1990s, a series of violent wars kept coming, like wave after brutal wave,” says di Giovanni. “I was part of an elite, tight band of international reporters—a tribe, really—who roamed the earth, working from front lines or cities under siege. In those days, we rarely wore flak jackets. But we believed in the stories we were reporting, in the importance of bearing witnesses to evil regimes, to ethnic cleansing, to genocide and systematic rape. After Israel came Bosnia. After Bosnia, Rwanda. Liberia. Congo. Chechnya. Sierra Leone. East Timor. Ivory Coast. Zimbabwe. Somalia. Afghanistan. Iraq.” [includes rush transcript]moreless
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