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Andrew Gully
Managing editor of . Views completely my own but I reserve the right to bring others down with me.
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Andrew Gully Nov 14
Good Brexit or dog's breakfast?
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Andrew Gully Nov 13
The question you've all been asking yourselves: What is humanitarian deconfliction? Don't die wondering. Read with the inside take, as ever for
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Andrew Gully Nov 12
Yemen famine: a detailed if worrying analysis by for that touches on starving children, the Khashoggi affair, the politicisation of aid, and much more besides
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Andrew Gully Nov 6
A timely midterm look at the much misunderstood and neglected humanitarian crisis on the US-Mexico border from for
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Andrew Gully Oct 5
The tsunami disaster in Indonesia struck a particularly remote part of Sulawesi. reports for on how local volunteers are bearing the brunt of the aid effort so far, and how basics like tents and toilets are still in short supply
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Andrew Gully Oct 1
Sulawesi tsunami: What happened? Who is responding? Were people warned? What is access like? with a handy briefing for
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IRIN News Sep 24
Our Director is in New York for the . Starting today, she's taking over our Instagram () to share behind the scenes, people she'll come across, and interesting discussions she's part of. Stay tuned and be sure to check our Stories every day!
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Andrew Gully Sep 24
For all you need to know, and possibly more, check out this humanitarian's guide to the by for
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Heba Aly Sep 19
The ever-vogue team :)
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Andrew Gully Sep 18
Great opportunity for an experienced journalist who wants to dig into vital territory and unearth important stories that hold the powerful to account and help the lives of the most unfortunate...
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Andrew Gully Sep 12
With friends like these, who needs enemies? has spent a couple of years tracking this one on aid workers and Turkish intermediaries scamming Syrian refugees (and donors)
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Andrew Gully Sep 3
Must-read. Thanks for sharing
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Andrew Gully Sep 3
Replying to @LalehKhalili
Yes, money to buy off Sunni sheikhs + even more ethically awkward accommodations with Sadr and Badr Brigades
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Ben Parker Sep 3
Is Cate Blanchett raising awareness about the or vice versa?
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Joshua Landis Sep 3
Understanding Idlib’s rebel factions - by "In Aba-Zeid’s view, if Russia lets Turkey handle the jihadists in Idlib, one can expect to see Tahrir al-Sham split” between the Turkey-backed block and "hardliners of Hurras al-Deen" ()
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Andrew Gully Sep 3
After 7.5 long years, Syria's war isn't over. But for al-Assad and his Russian & Iranian allies, it'll be as good as done once Idlib is cleared of rebels. on what's ahead and what it all means for up to 3 million people living in the province
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Karl Sharro Sep 2
People will believe anything if you say it with enough authority. Trust me on this, I've done the research.
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Ben Parker Aug 30
This project is using 3D printing to make forearms, not firearms
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Andrew Gully Aug 28
Most media moved on from Congo's Kasai conflict long ago but, reporting for , finds the crisis isn't over, just different, as the region of nine million people descends into a new kind of violent chaos
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Airwars Aug 22
Russia reports carrying out 39,000 airstrikes in Syria since 2015. That's 10,000 more strikes than the US-led Coalition against ISIS in both Iraq and Syria, in a campaign which began 13 months earlier. Local monitors say at least 7,000 civilians have also died in Russian actions
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