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Human Rights Watch Says Gaza Fighting Violated Rules of War

Human Rights Watch Says Gaza Fighting Violated Rules of War

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U.N. Adopts Position on Protection of Journalists

U.N. Adopts Position on Protection of Journalists

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YouTube’s Free Channels Taking TV by Storm

YouTube’s Free Channels Taking TV by Storm

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Preparing Reporters for the Worst

Preparing Reporters for the Worst

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Jordanian Journalist and Crew Missing, Possibly Kidnapped

Jordanian Journalist and Crew Missing, Possibly Kidnapped

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Tribute Project to Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros

Tribute Project to Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros

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Italy’s Little Blogging Problem

Italy’s Little Blogging Problem

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The Israel-Iran Facebook Lovefest

The Israel-Iran Facebook Lovefest

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Editor’s Murder Verdict Sparks Public Outrage in Turkey

Editor’s Murder Verdict Sparks Public Outrage in Turkey

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Tracing the Contours of North Korea

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Tragedies of 2011 Also Inspire

Tragedies of 2011 Also Inspire

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Images Worth Perusing

Images Worth Perusing

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Wikileaks Cables: China’s Grip on the Media

Wikileaks Cables: China’s Grip on the Media

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120 to be Released from Iranian Prison

120 to be Released from Iranian Prison

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Rixos Hotel in Tripoli Prison to Dozens of Journalists

Rixos Hotel in Tripoli Prison to Dozens of Journalists

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About the Author

Genevieve Belmaker
Genevieve Belmaker

Genevieve Belmaker is a freelance journalist and contributing editor with The Epoch Times (www.theepochtimes.com). She also contributes to Quill, the magazine of the Society of Professional Journalists and Poynter.org. Her blog on journalism is http://artofreportage.com.

Genevieve has traveled throughout the U.S., Asia, Central America, Israel and the West Bank for reporting assignments, including major investigative reports on the recovery of New Orleans, the encroaching presence of China in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, the dangerous import of melamine-contaminated milk into the U.S. and settlement outposts in the West Bank. She regularly reports on issues related to journalism, and the work of journalists.

She holds a BA from the University of Southern California in International Relations, and has been a member of several prominent national and international professional media organizations, including the Society of Professional Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors, the International Women’s Media Foundation, the New York Press Club, and the Newswomen’s Club of New York. She lives in Jerusalem, Israel with her husband and son.

Areas of Focus:
New Media; Journalism; Culture and Society

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