"How much lower can Zimbabwe sink? Chronic food shortages, hyperinflation, a cholera epidemic, people abducted for speaking out against President Robert Mugabe's regime -- all this is the stuff of daily life for ordinary Zimbabweans, as related here by a journalist in Harare, the capital," begins the latest dispatch from "One Step From Hell." It's a rare look at the conditions inside Zimbabwe, where journalism is a crime. The work, published anonymously to protect the author, is supported by the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting in a joint project with Frontline/World and The Washington Post.
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