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In 2010, Esquire.com named her to its worldwide list of 195 Sexiest Women Alive for her work reporting on Al-Qaeda. Today, the threats may have changed, but Ressa remains a constant presence on the forefront of the fight for freedom.
“Despite her size, fearless enough to write an eyewitness account of Al-Qaeda,” Esquire trumpeted in 2010, when the website named Maria Ressa to its list of 195 Sexiest Women Alive. It’s a factoid that was resurrected earlier this year by (let’s be ...
 
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Ressa was arrested in the Philippines last week.
Rappler co-founder and CEO Maria Ressa and other journalists have collectively been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year in the cover story “The Guardians and the War on Truth.” Time calls the journalists “representatives of a broader fight by countless others ...
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