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Thursday, 22 Apr 2010
A Mexican police officer comforts a woman just informed of her husband's murder.

The topics may often be bleak, but the Overseas Press Club awards are always inspirational. In spite of the shadow cast by budget and staff cuts,...

Thursday, 22 Apr 2010
A woman in the ruins of her destroyed home in the Rafah refugee camp in Gaza.

In a year when the most frequent international coverage originated from Afghanistan and Iran, The Washington Post and The New York...

Thursday, 22 Apr 2010
Sennott reporting in Afghanistan in the Kunar Province in 2006/GARY KNIGHT VII

News outlets across the country have downsized or closed their overseas bureaus. The new Boston-based online...

Wednesday, 21 Apr 2010
Roy Gutman

MediaGaggle asks: Can one foreign correspondent save a nation? Enter OPC member Roy Gutman, who exposed a network of...

Wednesday, 21 Apr 2010
Andy Rooney and Kimberly Dozier

The OPC’s 71st Annual Awards Dinner is set for Thursday, April 22 at the Mandarin Oriental at Columbus Circle with a new pre-gala...

Tuesday, 20 Apr 2010
Susan E. Tifft with her husband Alex S. Jones

Susan E. Tifft, 59, who wrote histories of two newspaper dynasties in collaboration with her husband, Alex S. Jones...

Friday, 16 Apr 2010

Luis Antonio Chévez Hernández became the sixth Honduran journalist tobe murdered in 2010 when he was shot to death this week in...

Wednesday, 14 Apr 2010
A bottlegger's stash in Peshwar, Pakistan.

Bootlegging is big business in Pakistan, where alcoholic products have been illegal since the 1970s. But OPC board member Adam Ellick...

Tuesday, 13 Apr 2010
Busy street in Phnom Penh

Media veterans of the wars in Cambodia and Vietnam are gathering in late April to renew old friendships, visit the cities that played such an...

Tuesday, 13 Apr 2010
Candles at a memorial in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw.

OPC Executive Director Sonya Fry and Jaroslaw Wlodarczyk, president of the Press Club Polska in Warsaw,...