The wife of a Spanish reporter held for three months by militants in Syria has broken her silence in the hope that publicity might achieve what negotiation has not. Martin Chulov's report for the Guardian sheds new light on the kidnapping of journalists and aid workers in Syria and highlights the perils of what is plainly one of the most dangerous conflicts for reporters in recent history.
Sincere apologies to all first years. I've made a mistake with your portfolio deadline - it should have been next Monday (May 21st) at 5pm rather than today. So you have another week to file.
Entirely my fault. I mixed up 1st and 2nd year deadlines.
If you've already filed, and wish to update your pieces, then you can do so by scrolling down to 'My Unpublished Work' at the bottom left-hand column of the web site when you're logged in.
And of course, Richard and I are still happy to discuss individual submissions.