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Reportage

Some selections from my magazine
and newspaper reporting around the world

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Reportage

Some selections from my magazine
and newspaper reporting around the world

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A Terrifying Journey Through the World's Most Dangerous Jungle

Outside Magazine

Tracking migrants across the Darién Gap, one of the most harrowing treks on earth.

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Ghosts of Rana Plaza

VQR

In Bangladesh, one year after the worst accident in the history of the garment industry, recovery remains a fragile process, justice seems elusive, and reform has a long way to go.

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60 Hours of Terror

VQR

The definitive account of the November 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai.

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Targeting the Shooters

The Guardian

A violent city in California convinces dangerous young men to behave.

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Bloodwood

National Geographic

Park rangers are fighting against long odds to protect Thailand's last stands of prized Siamese rosewood.

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Escape from Boko Haram

Marie Claire

The Islamic extremist group has terrorized Nigeria with a campaign of sexual violence. This is the story of kidnapped girls who escaped. 

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Irrawaddy Daze

VQR

A trip on a barge down Burma's river highway.

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Ice Cream, Socialized

The Guardian

Waiting for sweet rapture at Coppelia, Cuba’s ice cream cathedral.

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Correspondent’s Diary: Afghanistan

The Economist

In the badlands of Helmand province, US Marines are bedeviled by Taliban tactics that evolving in step with the counter-insurgency.

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A Year after the Bangladesh Collapse: What Hasn’t Changed

The Washington Post

American and European retailers promised to insist on better conditions in the factories they buy from. But they still have a long way to go.

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These Aren’t Refugee Camps, They’re Concentration Camps, and People are Dying in Them

TIME 

Confined to squalid camps, Burma's persecuted Rohingya are slowly succumbing to starvation, despair and disease. Some are calling it a crime against humanity.

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