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Ann Dismorr – Gisèle Khoury
Dedicated journalists and other media staff in Lebanon must be able to carry out their important work keeping the public informed throughout these multiple crises, in an open atmosphere free from repression.
Wissam Assouad
A heartfelt eyewitness account of August 4, 2020. Wissam was with his friends in Karantina until an hour before the explosion. Moments later, he rushed back to a scene of utter devastation to see if any of them were still alive.
Vicken Cheterian
I know it will happen again. It did happen again to me when last year the Turkish Army with its generals, F-16s and Bayraktars went back to attack the Armenians of Karabakh
Seljuk Mohammad – Jebrill Dayoub
Travel agencies and tourism companies in Sweden continue offer trips to Syria, while cooperating with internationally sanctioned airliner Cham Wings.
Eman Adel- Egyptian journalist
Despite a decade of detention, Albert Arieh clung on to living in Egypt during some its most difficult moments and refused to give up his nationality, even when the country’s Jews were pressured to leave.
Reed Matar
The Egyptian army does not allow people in North Sinai to carry weapons to protect themselves against ISIS. Yet, it also hardly intervenes to protect or negotiate the return of the kidnapped. Copts are particularly hard hit.
Nada Mohamad
Anti-vaxxers are not a new thing. In the late 19th century tens of thousands of people took to the streets in England to protest against smallpox vaccinations. What many anti-vaxxers today do not realize is that their resistance threatens the life of others and could bring diseases that have long been forgotten … thanks to vaccination.
Maisar Aladani
The Yazidi Women Survivors Law is a victory, yet many question marks remain. Will the law be implemented or remain ink on paper? How will the land be distributed? And what to do with the children born as a result of rape?
Daraj
The Riad Salameh saga continues: Swiss documents request Lebanon’s cooperation to investigate alleged embezzlement and money laundering worth hundreds of millions.
Tracy Jawad
Refugees will continue to face the perils of their journey, chasing a future stolen from them back home.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني