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Europe, Middle East and North Africa, North America, South America, Sub-Saharan Africa
Job Title
Journalist, Writer, Reporter
Media Category
Newspaper, Radio, Online, Print
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
Currently freelance reporter at IrinaBernebringJourniette
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http://www.irinabernebringjourniette.com
What do you hope to gain from this community?
Experience.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
23. Traveller. Journalist. Born in Sweden currently residing in KSA. Interest in international relations, development, democracy, human rights and international politics.

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