The wife of a Spanish reporter held for three months by militants in Syria has broken her silence in the hope that publicity might achieve what negotiation has not. Martin Chulov's report for the Guardian sheds new light on the kidnapping of journalists and aid workers in Syria and highlights the perils of what is plainly one of the most dangerous conflicts for reporters in recent history.
Because you all love the class so much and because we missed one due to a recent newsday, I am putting on an extra reporter in fiction class Monday December 9, 2 - 3 in G2-03. Alert students will see this is the same room as we normally have. We will have a short (10 min) break at 3.00 as too much literature and poetry can be overwhelming.