Friendly Fellows p.38

By: Editorial Staff The Alfred Friendly Press Fellowship, named after the late Washington Post managing editor, has named 10 foreign journalists as fellows to report for U.S. newspapers or newsmagazines for five months, after undergoing two weeks of orientation.
The fellows and, respectively, their current and U.S. assignments are: Gayane Afrikian, an Agence France-Presse correspondent in Armenia, Phladelphia Inquirer; Abraha Belai Abadi, an editor for the Ethiopion News Agency, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Masud Hasan Khan, a reporter at the English-language Daily Star in Bangladesh, Detroit News; Li Xiguang, science writer for the Xinhua News Agency in China, Washington Post.
Lulama Marylin Luti, provincial government reporter for the Sowetan in South Africa, Chicago Tribune; Basildon Peta, a reporter for the Sunday Gazette in Zimbabwe, Dallas Morning News; Priit Pullerits, editor of the Estonian magazine Favoriit, Newsweek; Christine Frances Rovoi, an editor for the English-language Daily Post in Fiji, Grand Forks (N.D.) Herald. Lubomir Sedlak, a business editor of the English-language weekly Prague Post in the Czech Republic, New York Times; Irina Ivanova Yordanova, an editor at Demokratzia in Bulgaria, Rocky Mountain News.


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