"When Zimbabwe won its independence from Britain in 1980, I was just 14 and going to school in a small town west of Harare," writes Susan Njanji, a correspondent based in South Africa. "I don’t remember the euphoria that swept the country and didn’t know who revolutionary leader Robert Mugabe was. But I'll never forget the days that he was removed from power 37 years later."
“'Stray Bullets.' The title was the one thing that really didn’t need any debate," writes Rio de Janeiro bureau chief Pascale Trouillaud.
"The goal was to tell the story contained in those two words -- the tragedy of innocent bystanders who fall victim to the deadly gun violence in Rio’s infamous favelas. They could be hit while playing in the schoolyard, sitting at home, going about their daily life minding their business. They can be of any age."
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