July/August/September – the Irish Times, RTE, the Independent, ELLE, Magnum Photos, BBC (selected)

My first From Our Own Correspondent on cat-fishing and sanctions in Sudan, BBC Radio 4, Sept 28, 2017 (also went out on BBC World Service)

BK9B9654Men relax in a graveyard in Omdurman, Sudan

‘Surviving Boko Haram’ – wrote the words to go with Paolo Pellegrin’s portraits, Magnum Photos, Sept 18, 2017

‘Boko Haram conflict leaves humanitarian crisis in its wake’, the Irish Times, Sept 14, 2017

BK9B9367Displaced families collect water in Muna Garage camp on the outskirts of Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria

‘More than 200,000 Rohingya child refugees in urgent need of help, warns Unicef’, the Independent, Sept 14, 2017

Interviewed in this story on World Press Photo’s Witness: ‘The risks – and rewards – of solitude’, Sept 13, 2017

‘Why Boko Haram are using women as weapons of war’, ELLE, Sept 4, 2017

Exclusive: ‘Grenfell survivors worry Notting Hill Carnival will overshadow latest council failure’, the Independent, Aug 27, 2017

‘”My father was shot by his friend”: the children of Boko Haram’, the Irish Times, Aug 26, 2017

BK9B8968Meeting children who were recently released from Nigerian military detention in a transit centre in Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria

‘Hundreds of Moroccans stage mass sit-in protest after teenage boys sexually assault woman on bus’, the Independent, Aug 23, 2017

‘New mafia-led militia may be stopping refugees from leaving Libya for Italy’, the Independent, Aug 22, 2017

‘Nigeria’s Boko Haram-fighting vigilantes losing heart’, the Irish Times, Aug 8, 2017

BK9B9598A CJTF vigilante fighter shows off a rifle he captured from Boko Haram in Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria.

‘I hid my daughter in a ditch for nine months to save her from Boko Haram’, the Irish Times, July 22, 2017

BK9B9206A woman walks through an IDP camp in Gwoza, Borno State, Nigeria.

Radio report on deradicalisation in northeast Nigeria and a woman who rejoined Boko Haram after going through nine months of it, RTE, July 16, 2017

‘Inside the headquarters of Boko Haram’s former caliphate’, the Irish Times, July 11, 2017

BK9B9281A burned-out car left in the grounds of a medical centre, now also the site of a mass grave, in Gwoza, northeast Nigeria.

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