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Lindsey Bahr named AP film writer in LA

Lindsey Bahr, who has covered the Hollywood movie scene from castings to Comic-Con as a correspondent for Entertainment Weekly, has been named film writer for the AP in Los Angeles. 
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The struggle for education in Pakistan

Two years after nearly being killed by the Taliban, Malala Yousafzai was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her relentless efforts advocating women's rights to education. This series of images focuses on the education of young girls in Yousafzai's hometown of Mingora, in the Swat Valley, and in the outskirts of Islamabad.
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Federman to lead Jerusalem bureau

AP has named Josef Federman, a veteran Middle East correspondent, as its chief of bureau for Israel and the Palestinian territories. Federman has written about and helped direct coverage of Israel, the West Bank and Gaza in his previous role as Jerusalem news editor.
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Wounded AP reporter vows to return to Afghanistan

Veteran AP correspondent Kathy Gannon was covering the transport of ballots in Afghanistan with AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus when a gunman opened fire on their vehicle. Niedringhaus died instantly while Gannon suffered six bullet wounds to her left arm, right hand and left shoulder. In her first interview since the attack, Gannon speaks about her recovery, her bond with Niedringhaus and why she vows to continue reporting from Afghanistan.

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