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Elizabeth Hagedorn

Elizabeth Hagedorn is a freelance journalist focusing on migration and conflict with bylines in The Guardian, Middle East Eye and Public Radio International.

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Majd Kamalmaz's family seek help from former Syrian detainees

20 February, 2020

Three years after his disappearance, the family of American citizen Majd Kamalmaz, held in Syria, are calling on former detainees to share what they know.

Idlib city prepares for mass exodus of civilians

07 February, 2020

With an estimated 150,000 people displaced in the past two weeks, aid agencies are warning of a potential humanitarian catastrophe unlike anything seen in the past nine years of war.

Syrian Kurds predict cooperation with Assad on aid deliveries

23 January, 2020

Kurdish officials who spoke with The New Arab say they fear they'll have no choice but to again turn to the regime for help.

Syrians celebrate death of Qasem Soleimani

07 January, 2020

In much of Syria – where millions have suffered under the Iran-backed regime of Bashar al-Assad – the general's death was welcome news.

Displaced Yazidis fear loss of land in Syria

01 November, 2019

Since the start of Turkey's offensive on October 9, local activists say more than two dozen Yazidi villages have been nearly deserted.

Civilians in northeast Syria wary of Turkey-US deal

18 October, 2019

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and US Vice President Mike Pence announced a five-day pause in fighting but the deal is met with suspicion among displaced residents.

Remaining hospitals in Syria's Idlib overwhelmed with patients

08 October, 2019

Following months of airstrikes and shelling on rebel-held parts of northwest Syria, medical workers have been forced to operate underground at undisclosed locations.

Syrians flee Idlib for miserable displacement camps

12 September, 2019

With nowhere to go, Idlib's displaced civilians are looking for a way out.

Iraq's courts aren't recognising IS crimes against the Yazidis

19 April, 2019

Thousands of Yazidis were enslaved, raped and slaughtered when IS stormed their ancestral homeland of Sinjar in August 2014, but no one has yet been held accountable for the crimes.

Elizabeth Hagedorn
Elizabeth Hagedorn

Elizabeth Hagedorn is a freelance journalist focusing on migration and conflict with bylines in The Guardian, Middle East Eye and Public Radio International.

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