Photo: Spying Charges: Sudan President to Consider "Geographic" Reporter's Case



U.S. journalist Paul Salopek (center), who is accused of spying, waits with unidentified people in a court in El Fasher, Sudan, on August 26, 2006. On leave from his job as a foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, Salopek was on assignment for National Geographic magazine when he and two colleagues were arrested in Sudan's Darfur Province on August 6.

Photograph by Candace Feit/Reuters


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