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Jane Ferguson
Special Correspondent for PBS , based in Beirut. Contributor to Instagram: janieferg
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Matt McGarry 1h
Not only are US military commanders wary of working in partnership with Russian troops to return refugees... the very act would be illegal. This is why agendas at summit meetings are generally planned out ahead of time.
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Nawal Al-maghafi 1h
Brilliant, eye-opening report from Yemen’s Socotra Island by on tonights . A rare insight and such breathtaking shots.
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Molly Hunter 8h
So many angry tweets. NYT just states fact here. In conversations w/ friends from home (San Francisco) — I find headlines like these so rarely penetrate the liberal bastions of Americans who support .
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Orla Guerin Jul 17
Mohammed died two days after this heartbreaking pic was taken. Failed by his broken country + by the world
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Liz Sly Jul 21
The Iraq protests are continuing & expanding. Kuwait & Saudi are offering fuel & power after Iran cut off electricity exports. Good rundown by &
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Ruth Maclean Jul 3
What an appalling situation, and one you almost never see up this close. I'm so proud of for this reporting.
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Jane Ferguson Jul 21
This has been going on in for ages.
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Jane Ferguson Jul 21
Yes. True list of inspiration right here....
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Democracy Now! Jul 20
Yemen's starvation crisis is man-made, explains . "It is caused by the war. There hasn’t been a weather pattern or a particular natural disaster."
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Jane Ferguson Jul 21
“People are living in pathetic conditions not fit for humans and completely untenable for those who are most vulnerable."
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Joe Jul 20
Diplomatic source tells me neither Hamas or Israel pushing for all out war. After indirect mediation from UN envoy , deal to restore calm looks like it might hold
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Bel Trew Jul 20
Urgent: the IDF says an Israeli soldier was killed by militants along Gaza border, he was shot at by militants 'during operational activity' and later succumbed to his injuries. The UN's Nickolay Mladenov warned everyone earlier to "step back from the brink of war"
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Democracy Now! Jul 19
., reporting back from Yemen: "Of course, civilians are dying in these airstrikes, but not in anywhere near to the numbers of people who are falling ill and dying from the humanitarian crisis that has been caused by this war."
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Jane Ferguson Jul 20
- want to join the PBS 's foreign affairs team? They are hiring a DC based producer.....
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Jane Ferguson Jul 20
Replying to @sommervilletv
haha my dermatologist gave me a tube of that. It is actually is very good. I cannot believe they didn't rebrand!!
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Loveday Morris Jul 20
Kids play football among the trash in Basra in January 2015. The rubbish that clogs the city is just one of the most obvious signs of its neglect.
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Jane Ferguson Jul 20
Such rhetoric from Liberman is not unusual, but the violence in is escalating. Sadly, the likelihood of another 'war' edges closer...
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Kenneth Roth Jul 18
Four years since Israeli forces kill these four boys playing on the Gaza beach: Ahed Atif Baker (10 yo) Zakariah Ahed Baker (10 yo) Mohammed Ramez Baker (11 yo) Ismail Mohammed Baker (9 yo) Israel exonerated itself:
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Quentin Sommerville Jul 20
Climate Change Is Killing the Cedars of Lebanon A beautiful goodbye from ⁦⁩ pics by ⁦
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