Khartoum, sudan, sept 9 — paul salopek, an american journalist held on spying charges after he crossed into sudan from chad without a. Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and national geographic fellow paul salopek is retracing—on foot—the global migration of our ancestors in a. Paul salopek's 21,000-mile odyssey is a decade-long experiment in slow journalism moving at the beat of his footsteps, paul is walking the pathways of the first.
Paul salopek, 2-time pulitzer winner, was on freelance assignment for national geographic story entitled shattered sudan: drilling for oil,.
For his reporting on the political strife and disease epidemics ravaging africa, witnessed firsthand as he traveled, sometimes by canoe, through rebel-controlled .
American journalist paul salopek returned home to new mexico on sunday, a day after being freed from prison in sudan's war-torn darfur. Paul salopek is a journalist and writer from the united states he is a two-time pulitzer prize salopek reported from sudan for a 2003 national geographic story, shattered sudan: drilling for oil, hoping for peace shattered sudan: drilling for oil, hoping for peace (february 2003 national geographic) a stroll around.
Paul salopektribune foreign correspondent sudanese officials in khartoum are stingy with journalist visas a cease-fire accord signed in may, brokered partly by the us, has shattered the rebel movement into dozens of.