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In Syria, Helping Wounded Is Fraught With Danger

By |June 26th, 2012|

RADIO: Vivienne Walt on KCRW - June, 2012

Broken Trust in Banks

By |June 7th, 2012|

TV- Vivienne Walt on FRANCE 24 "The World This Week"- June 7, 2012 

TIME.COM / Congo’s Misery Amid Natural Wealth

By |April 28th, 2012|

VIDEO REPORT: A journey into the DRC's conflict-ridden province of Katanga shows rape, displacement and killings.

France Arrests 19 Suspected Islamist Militants

By |March 30th, 2012|

RADIO: Vivienne Walt on PRI's "THE WORLD" - March 30, 2012

TIME MAGAZINE – Escape from Syria

By |March 19th, 2012|

By Vivienne Walt ~ SYRIA  In a war zone, some buildings are obvious targets--command centers, weapons depots, enemy hideouts-- and some are not, like schools, hospitals, media centers. But in the battle for Syria, where rules of war do not apply and where civilians are facing a savage massacre, the house that served as [...]

Live from Tripoli as celebrations marks the end of Gaddafi’s life

By |October 21st, 2011|

RADIO: Vivienne Walt live from Tripoli on NPR - Oct. 21, 2011

TIME MAGAZINE – Hunting the Dictators’ Loot

By |July 24th, 2011|

By Vivienne Walt ~ CAIRO Yehia Hussein Abdel-Hady still shudders at the memory of that morning in 2006 when he was summoned to Egypt's Ministry of Investment and handed a three-page document. "They said, 'Just sign,'" says Abdel-Hady, a ministry official who had been charged with evaluating privatization deals. The document authorized the [...]

TIME MAGAZINE – Gaddafi and the Unbearable Lightness of Crisis

By |March 8th, 2011|

By Vivienne Walt ~ TRIPOLI  I call a business consultant in the Libyan capital on the telephone, and ask if he wants to join me at the café where we shared a long, relaxed lunch last year. His response is nothing I've ever heard from him before: terror. "Vivienne," he says, breathless and [...]

TIME.COM / The Battle for Tahrir Square

By |February 3rd, 2011|

VIDEO REPORT: In Cairo's Tahrir Square, reporter Vivienne Walt finds protesters tired and wounded, but resilient. And volunteer doctors have turned a mosque into a makeshift hospital. Watch the video on Time.com

TIME MAGAZINE – Tunisia’s Nervous Neighbors Watch the Jasmine Revolution

By |January 31st, 2011|

By Vivienne Walt ~ TUNIS  No bomb exploded announcing the start of the Jasmine Revolution, and in the end, there was no iconic figure — no Nelson Mandela or Vaclav Havel — to declare its stunning victory. Instead, the fuse for the Arab world's first successful popular uprising was lit when a small-town [...]