IC Publications is reporting
that both the New York Times’ Barry Bearak (who was arrested in Zimbabwe last Thursday, initially charged with working as a journalist without accreditation ) and a “British national” arrested along with Bearak have been released on bail. Bearak, who taught international affairs reporting at the journalism school here before heading to/heading up the Times’ Johannesburg bureau, has apparently been ordered to stay at the US embassy in Harare and to reappear in court on Thursday.

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Liz Cox Barrett is a writer at CJR.