War reporting

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Remembering the Australian Women’s Weekly birthday cake book: ‘A phenomenal cultural icon’
A new exhibition tells the 90-year history of a famous Australian magazine through knitting patterns, pioneering journalism and, yes, cakes

Kelly Burke

29, May, 2023 @3:00 PM

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French journalist killed in Russian rocket strike in Ukraine
AFP video coordinator Arman Soldin, 32, who was ‘totally dedicated to his craft’, died in attack near Bakhmut

Luke Harding in Mykolaiv and agencies

09, May, 2023 @7:08 PM

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A war for our age: how the battle for Sudan is being fuelled by forces far beyond its borders
A bloody chaos with a cast of warlords, chancers and cynical exploiters, the latest conflict in Africa has parallels with Syria

Jason Burke

30, Apr, 2023 @12:00 PM

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A Stranger in Your Own City by Ghaith Abdul-Ahad review – frustration and fury in Iraq
The architects of the 2003 invasion promised change and democracy. This book shatters western assumptions, shows the effect on Iraqis of cycles of violence – and offers cautious hope

Renad Mansour

19, Mar, 2023 @7:00 AM

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Ukraine’s reporters adapt amid media restrictions and pressure of war
War restrictions on press freedom and a sense the army is protecting officials complicates the task of rooting out corruption

Isobel Koshiw in Kyiv

05, Mar, 2023 @11:04 AM

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More journalists killed in Latin America and Caribbean than Ukraine in 2022
Committee to Protect Journalist reports region accounted for almost half of the 67 deaths worldwide

Tom Phillips Latin America correspondent

24, Jan, 2023 @2:00 PM

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You Don’t Know What War Is by Yeva Skalietska review – Ukrainian child’s poignant diary
This intimate and immediate account of a 12-year-old girl under siege in Kharkiv includes photos and WhatsApp texts to heart-rending effect

Alex Preston

22, Nov, 2022 @7:00 AM

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The Madness by Fergal Keane review – running towards a world of pain
The BBC correspondent unpicks a lifetime of trauma and compulsion that damaged him – but also brought him success

Madoc Cairns

21, Nov, 2022 @9:00 AM

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In brief: Motherthing; Night Terrors; Looking for Trouble – review
A gripping, darkly humorous horror novel; the strange world of sleep; and the reissue of a dazzling wartime memoir

Hephzibah Anderson

23, Oct, 2022 @3:00 PM

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Don McCullin: ‘Wherever I go, there seems to be violence and death’
From Vietnam to Biafra, he captured war and suffering with shocking power. The great photographer talks about his tough childhood, the film Angelina Jolie is making about him – and the shots that still haunt his sleep

Stuart Jeffries

19, Sep, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Tim Page obituary
War photographer who served as a fearless witness to the escalation of hostilities in Vietnam in the 1960s

Mark Dodd

01, Sep, 2022 @4:34 PM

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A kid playing with a ball next to a tank trap: Paul Lowe’s best photograph
‘The siege of Sarajevo was very hard on children, who obviously didn’t want to be stuck indoors. They would risk their lives for a little pleasure’

Interview by Chris Broughton

03, Aug, 2022 @12:51 PM

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