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Kenneth Dimalibot
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Kenneth Dimalibot 2h
Local peacebuilding in Myanmar; dangerous politics in Sri Lanka:
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Ben Parker 10h
, the largest development/humanitarian trade fair and conference starts today.
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Dad 3h
Part of this essay was inspired by Gwen Ifill. Wasn’t originally aware that today marks two years since her death, but I’m grateful tapped me to write this and glad to be in a space where I can help make journalism reflect and serve the whole country:
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👻 in the /bin/sh Aug 9
Websites these days, it's no wonder nobody uses them on mobile
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IRIN News 8h
Our Senior Editor is at in Brussels: follow for updates, insight and comment.
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Kenneth Dimalibot 9h
So some people will pay for a subscription to a news site. How about two? Three? via
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Longform Nov 13
"Water in the Desert" Inside the effort to prevent migrant deaths at the US-Mexico border. (, )
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Ben Parker Nov 13
The Saudi-led coalition fighting in says it has been adding more and more sites to its "no-strike-list", now standing at over 64,000 records (see map). But is it working?
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Samuel Oakford Nov 12
Replying to @samueloakford
In a grim irony, due to the way it is measured by the UN and partners, famine may prove impossible to declare in Yemen because humanitarians are unable to count the dead in pockets of the country from that very famine.
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IRIN News 23h
“A million people could die without a famine being declared.”
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HumanitarianOutcomes Nov 13
What is humanitarian deconfliction?: ()
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Nisha Chittal 21h
This is such an important piece by on how POC journalists spend so much of their free time trying to bring up other POC ( + women) in media.
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Madeline Welsh Nov 13
New series from at that anyone who works in or around a newsroom should go read now. If newsrooms want to build quality relationships with until now neglected audiences they need to serve news worth paying for.
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Sumayya Ismail Nov 13
Vulnerable herding communities in drought-stricken Sahel suffer the worst effects of & . tells some of their stories in a 3-part series for . Read: 1: | 2: | 3:
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IRIN News Nov 13
Coordinating the coordinates: how tries to keep aid operations safe in Syria and Yemen.
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Ben Parker Nov 13
I’ll be at this — who’s up for a coffee and a chat?
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IRIN News Nov 13
Replying to @irinnews
For a reminder, take a look back at this intimate 2014 film featuring interviews with undocumented migrants, law enforcement agents, local farmers, and those trying to document the identities of people who died along the way.
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IRIN News Nov 13
It’s tempting to forget that the northward trek of Central American migrants and asylum seekers to the United States was hard and often tragic long before Donald Trump became US president.
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Loan Torondel Nov 13
: peut-on parler de ou non ? Quelles sont les procédures en cours ? Quelles sont les risques pour la population ? Pour tout comprendre, article en anglais dans
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Kenneth Dimalibot Nov 13
Bomb avoidance; voices of South Sudan’s displaced:
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