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Michelle Shephard
The Star's National Security reporter. Books: Decade of Fear: Reporting from Terrorism's Grey Zone & Guantanamo's Child. Making some documentaries. PGP 8B067E24
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Jim Rankin 8h
Take it from a current journalism fellow, apply! It's a precious gift.
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Bill Brownstein 8h
Montreal mother's mission to rescue daughter from ISIS is followed in gripping documentary
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Michelle Shephard 8h
Replying to @bruce_arthur
Your cheque is in the mail (and thank you .. RB@Y)..
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Michelle Shephard 8h
& everyone do incredible, brave work.
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Michelle Shephard 12h
Replying to @AlexBGillis
Thanks for the RT and nice words Alex.
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Stewart Bell 19h
Leaving Extremism: A Canadian racist leader’s journey out of hate.
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Replying to @sarahboesveld
Thanks Sarah ...
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Michelle Shephard 16h
Thanks (AMT, , ) for the interview this morning. Our documentary "The Way Out," () about a mother's mission to save her daughter from ISIS airs Sunday . Current interview online:
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Michelle Shephard 16h
Thanks Helen.
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Michelle Shephard 16h
Thanks Stephanie.. Know you and work to point this out often ..
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Michelle Shephard 16h
Asked this question often. policy since 2016 has been to write "Daesh," instead of ISIS, or "Islamic State." Our Editor-in-Chief Michael Cooke explains our newspaper's decision here:
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CBC-The Current 19h
"To...leave the group would be almost a death sentence." A Montreal teen left home to join ISIS. Today we hear from reporter and her documentary "The Way Out" that chronicles her mother's fight to get her back in Canada.
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Michelle Shephard 18h
For 2+ years have been following a Canadian mother as she struggled to get her daughter away from ISIS & home along with 's & amazing crew. "The Way Out," story today: . Sunday Jan. 21 on
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CBC-The Current Jan 17
Tomorrow, director of the documentary "The Way Out" shares the story of a mother's attempt to get her daughter out of ISIS hands and back to safety in Canada.
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CBC Docs Jan 17
Her daughter regretted joining ISIS and wanted to return to Canada. Here’s how these filmmakers followed one mother’s journey to get her child out.
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Tamara Cherry Jan 16
Replying to @tamaracherry
Never have I seen such analysis of why the child lied and never have I seen a suggestion that the child's parents orchestrated the lie.
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Tamara Cherry Jan 16
In more than a decade of crime reporting in this city, I've seen many cases of (non-Muslim) kids making up stories on their ways to/from school. From sex assaults to the more common attempted abduction by man in white panel van.
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52 Media Inc. Jan 15
from 's + ’s documents a mother’s indefatigable mission to free her daughter and granddaughters from and bring them home to . Catch the news-breaking on this Sunday, Jan 21, 9pm ET.
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Michelle Shephard Jan 16
Replying to @Jleerankin
Hmm .. are you? Or are you really looking forward to me not talking about it anymore!
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Hich Tiflati🇨🇦🇲🇦 Jan 16
Cc: Radicalization to rehabilitation: How does Canada prepare for ISIS returnees?
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