NYTimes Peru N-Word, Part One: Introduction

  1. This Introduction
  2. What Happened on January 28?
  3. What Happened During the Investigation?
  4. What Happened in Peru?

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New York Times, 1976–2021. Last beat: lead Covid reporter. 2020 Chancellor Award; 2021 NYT team Pulitzer donaldgmcneiljr1954@gmail.com

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Donald G. McNeil Jr.

Donald G. McNeil Jr.

New York Times, 1976–2021. Last beat: lead Covid reporter. 2020 Chancellor Award; 2021 NYT team Pulitzer donaldgmcneiljr1954@gmail.com

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