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Annie Slemrod
Middle East editor , formerly known as the unpronounceable acronym . Email: annie[at]
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Vera Bergengruen Apr 11
For all of you asking about the fate of Julian Assange’s infamous cat ⬇️
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Geert Cappelaere Apr 9
A blast in Sana’a, this week killed 14 children and critically injured 16. This is what was able to verify, with the actual number of children killed and injured likely to increase. The incident occurred near two schools.
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Annie Slemrod Apr 9
Oh dear are crocs still in for aid workers? This is concerning.
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Annie Slemrod Apr 9
"I kept hearing about rules – women shouldn’t go here, do that. It’s hard to be a woman here, and especially one with dark skin like me." - on what it's like to be a young woman of colour finishing up high school in Sirte, Libya
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Ben Parker Apr 8
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Annie Slemrod Apr 8
While I'm aware the like button is easily clicked, I'm now using work hours to plot a collabo. I expect this will go about far as my humanitarian fashion series and my column This Seems Like A Bad Idea: absolutely nowhere.
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Annie Slemrod Apr 7
Same :)
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سلطان سعود القاسمي Apr 7
Iraqi friends (& scholars). We are discussing at class stolen / looted works of art from the Iraqi Museum of Modern Art (the former Saddam Center for the Arts). If you know of any paintings / sculptures that were looted please do share images/links with me. Much obliged.
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Annie Slemrod Apr 7
Mine too. Are you an Alex or a PJ?
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Annie Slemrod Apr 7
In which makes an unexpected appearance in 's Cheat Sheet, once referred to by a reader as the "weekly summary of human sadness."
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Annie Slemrod Apr 7
As 's self-appointed fashion correspondent, I recommend this powerful piece on how refugees in Paris "see themselves, and how they wish to be seen."
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Annie Slemrod Apr 3
Replying to @mariamsr
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Jalel Harchaoui Apr 3
“A drop in crossings led criminals in to switch from monetizing the movement of migrants to their ransoming via torture. These practices are particular prevalent in . Lately, arrest warrants caused smugglers there to reduce their business.” Must-read…
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Annie Slemrod Apr 3
And also do pitch to . MENA-focused journalists, analysts, opinionists: email me! While our reputation might suggest otherwise, story ideas need not be depressing.
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Ben Parker Apr 3
I’m back to work and thirsty for humanitarian news tips. DM or WhatsApp on: +44 7808 791267
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Annie Slemrod Apr 2
Replying to @mariamsr
For the record my choices were not vegetarian so I’m not sure how this happened.
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Annie Slemrod Mar 26
. says 7 people, including 4 children, were killed today when a hospital it supports in Yemen was hit by an airstrike.
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Nieman Foundation Mar 22
The New Humanitarian is working to build a new audience for humanitarian crisis journalism. Why? “More and more humanitarian crises are having global repercussions,” Via .
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Annie Slemrod Mar 21
Thank you!
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Annie Slemrod Mar 21
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