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Martin Fletcher

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Martin Fletcher on Walking Israel

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Martin Fletcher, longtime chief of NBC’s Tel Aviv news bureau, discusses walking along the entire coast of Israel, from Lebanon to Gaza, observing facets of the country that are ignored in news reports. His book Walking Israel: A Personal Search for the Soul of a Nation is packed with humor, historical insights, emotion, and true-life tales.

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Martin Fletcher's Walk in Israel

Monday, October 04, 2010

Martin Fletcher, longtime chief of NBC’s Tel Aviv news bureau, discusses walking along the entire coast of Israel, from Lebanon to Gaza, observing facets of the country that are ignored in news reports. His book Walking Israel: A Personal Search for the Soul of a Nation is packed with humor, historical insights, emotion, and true-life tales.

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Life as a War Correspondent

Friday, December 26, 2008

NBC’s Martin Fletcher has spent 30 years as a war correspondent in some of the world’s most volatile spots. In his new memoir, Breaking News, he describes a life spent dodging bullets on the front lines.

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Wars Up Close

Friday, December 26, 2008

Veteran war correspondent Martin Fletcher explains how he’s coped with seeing violence up-close for 30 years, from Rwanda to Afghanistan. Then, Jimmy Breslin's fascinating stories of the American mafia. A look at the new animated documentary "Waltz with Bashir." Plus: Toni Morrison on her latest novel!

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Life as a War Correspondent

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

NBC’s Martin Fletcher has spent 30 years as a war correspondent in some of the world’s most volatile spots. In his new memoir, Breaking News, he describes a life dodging bullets on the front lines, and explains how he’s coped with seeing violence up close around the world, from ...

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Dodging Bullets

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Veteran war correspondent Martin Fletcher explains how he’s coped with seeing violence up-close for 30 years, from Rwanda to Afghanistan. Also: Jimmy Breslin's fascinating stories of the American mafia. Then, get out the popcorn for some movie talk: the latest in our Political Projections film series looks into ...

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