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Annie Slemrod
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Annie Slemrod 4h
Replying to @BenParker140
I am interested in menstrual product options by region please and thank you
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Annie Slemrod 5h
Replying to @BenParker140
Do they do dignity kits
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Mosul Eye عين الموصل Nov 12
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We have both agreed to extend the "Mosul Eye campaign to revive the libraries of Mosul" to include Anbar. Anbar also needs books.
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Claire Phipps 12h
Excellent idea, and something all of us in the media ought always to have in mind: Financial Times tool warns if articles quote too many men
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Annie Slemrod 14h
Also for snark and maybe some ?
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Sima Diab 16h
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Annie Slemrod Nov 12
There's a system, a really complex and confusing one, designed to pull the science of famine away from the politics. But it doesn't always work that way. on the ins and outs of declaring famine in Yemen:
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Emad Badi Nov 11
The cap for cash withdrawal at Tijari & Jumhouriya banks in central is at 5000 LYD today (which is unprecedented). People are hoping this trend will continue and that withdrawals will be easier at other commercial banks in the suburbs (& other cities).
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(((Leah Donnella))) Nov 8
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Annie Slemrod Nov 8
As it becomes more and more dangerous for civilians in , I recommend reading this account to the end.
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IRIN News Nov 8
Sleepless nights, endless negotiation, and families asking for more food: Hear from one Yemeni aid worker on how he does his job as the fighting in his home city intensifies
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Malachy Browne Nov 5
Delighted to say that visual investigations is one of the fellowships on offer next June. Applications are open now for candidates with experience in & . More:
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Eric Reidy Nov 6
This is an article I'm proud of. With all the madness of the take a minute look at the bigger, human picture of our politics & read about the incredible yet ultimately tragic effort to stop people from dying as a result of immigration policy
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Annie Slemrod Nov 6
Here is the full + report documenting 202 mass graves found in the north and west of Iraq. Estimates on how many bodies the graves contain vary from 6,000 to more than 12,000; mostly people killed by ISIS.
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Danny Anderson Nov 5
Two recent violent flare-ups in took place hundreds of miles apart but shared a common cause: the deepening economic crisis. 's explains for what's happening & why next week's summit in Italy is important
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vincent cochetel Nov 1
, in detention centres, I could witness that UNHCR that can only give a plastified slip of paper as registration proof. We are not authorised to give anything else to asylum seekers or refugees, as the authorities are opposed to us providing proper documentation
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Annie Slemrod Nov 1
Replying to @JEMunn @BenParker140
some might say that, yes
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Sumayya Ismail Nov 1
Thrilled to be working with the incredible team 🙂 Have underreported stories about Africa for ? Mail me your pitches! 💻📨
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Annie Slemrod Nov 1
As points out in this story, the UN and Red Cross/Red Crescent have been trying to negotiate access to the berm since 2016. I was told convoy was happening/about to happen/in the works back in March.
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Annie Slemrod Nov 1
Replying to @UNDP @UNOCHA and 2 others
Keep your entries to coming. Thanks to for your solid contribution to columns that will never happen.
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