On this edition of Global Journalist, a look at how the news gets reported in some very different parts of the world.

We’ll talk to a journalist from Ghana about how politicians are undermining the credibility of the news media in the West African democracy.

In addition, as tensions between India and Pakistan are again spiking, we’ll meet a Muslim journalist who describes the challenges of working in a country where Hindu nationalist sentiment continues to rise.

Finally, we’ll speak to a Chinese journalist based in Beijing who works for a Hong Kong-based news outlet navigating a difficult environment exacerbated by tension between China’s government and Hong Kong’s protesters.

All three journalists are visiting the U.S. on fellowships from the Alfred Friendly Press Partners.

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