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Gabe Joselow
Multimedia Producer for NBC News | Former VOA in East Africa | DC native |
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Gabrielle Lynch Mar 27
It has been a great privilege to write for the Nation for the past 4 years and it is with a very heavy heart that I've resigned today alongside fellow columnists
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Gabe Joselow Mar 26
...elections that were supposed to take place 2 years ago
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Maurice Chammah Mar 22
Good analysis on the impulse to make a crime into a statement about society, and how speed produces some really bad examples of that impulse
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Gabe Joselow Mar 21
"Some of them have Turkish words on them; some have Chinese characters printed on them; and some have the words 'motion picture,' " police said.
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Gabe Joselow Mar 21
Sessions' war on drugs so far: more death and longer sentences. He instructed US attorneys to seek more aggressive penalties back in May. Despite bipartisan calls for exactly the opposite.
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Vincent Makori Mar 20
Dire Humanitarian Crisis Grips DRC's Kasai Region - Fourteen-month-old Georgette is one of the smallest victims of a massive, complicated crisis that has for two years enveloped a region the size of Germany in the Democratic Republic of Congo.   Her t...
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Oz Katerji Mar 19
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Daniel Dale Mar 13
This story is bonkers: Alabama sheriff personally pocketed $750,000 in federal, state and local funding for feeding county jail inmates, bought a $740,000 house, says it's all legal under Alabama law:
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Jessica Elgot Mar 13
Breaking: Rupa Huq confirms to me she is third Lab MP to get suspicious package - and confirms it came with Punish A Muslim letter. Letter had been sent to Mohammed Yasin and Rushanara Ali.
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Melanie Gouby Mar 12
It is a year today that Michael J. Sharp and Zaida Catalan, two experts, were murdered in Kasai, and yet their family are still waiting for justice. Michael and Zaida were two brave souls, we won’t forget you, friends
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Gabe Joselow Mar 2
Check out talking DRCongo at Frontline Club March 15!
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MENASTREAM Mar 2
Replying to @MENASTREAM
: Obviously a very serious situation, view of the site of the attack from an area not to distant, heavy plume of smoke rising, with previous attacks in mind not excluding suicide bombers
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Jean-Baptiste Dipama Mar 2
Les tirs continuent à l’ de au après près d’une heure de temps.
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Gabe Joselow Mar 1
Replying to @InfoSecSherpa
Oh, I need to try that! I occasionally listen to the RFI Francais Facile news program to improve.... my French is still tres terrible.
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Katarina Höije Feb 28
US opens up army base in Niger to visitors. Looking forward to other foreign military contingents in the country (France, Germany, Italy) to do the same. It for sure would kill a few rumors on the foreigners' presence.
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Jenan Moussa Feb 27
Some reporting on Yazidis is compared to a particularly low moment in journalism when a British TV reporter shouted, “Anyone here been raped and speaks English?” to rescued Belgian nuns in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Gabe Joselow Feb 27
U.N. Links North Korea to Syria’s Chemical Weapon Program
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Gabe Joselow Feb 27
ACLU suit says a Congolese woman and her 7-year old daughter arrived in the US months ago seeking asylum. For some reason, immigration authorities separated them by thousands of miles. Why?
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Zoe Flood Feb 26
Another very serious incident in that has barely registered internationally => Death toll from Friday evening's twin car bomb attack in Mogadishu rises to 45, according to senior government official:
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Gabe Joselow Feb 26
South Sudan famine risk even worse than last year. 150,000 people in 11 counties at risk.
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