Rosie-lyse thompson

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Rosie-Lyse is a multimedia journalist with professional experience in both field and news production. She has spent the past eight years in the Middle East covering stories focused on the humanitarian and security fallout of the conflict in Syria and Iraq. Her work has been published in various international media outlets, including Al Jazeera English, The New York Times, Thomson Reuters Foundation and the Associated Press among others. She was AFP’s video journalist in Jordan before joining Euronews as an independent roaming reporter.


Rosie-Lyse has reported from a number of countries around the world and speaks Levantine Arabic to a working proficiency. She is a Rory Peck fellow and holds an up-to-date Surviving Hostile Regions and Emergency First Aid certificate.


Drift racing A motorsport gaining popularity in Jordan
A look under the hood of a homegrown Tunisian car brand
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El Gouna Film Festival supports MENA films during global pandemic
‘Artefact detectives’ in Iraq aim to end the theft of their history
Can coral species in Jordan save other reefs from global warming
How Tunisia’s tech start-ups are changing the entrepreneurial ecosystem
How are local bookshops helping to revive Iraqs literary community
Euronews - Artists tackle social issues at Sharjah Biennial
How are conservationists in Jordan taking action to protect migratory birds-2
How is the ancient art of Egyptian puppetry making a comeback?
Euronews - Is Baghdad becoming a new hotspot for young entrepreneurs


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Jordanians protest in capital Amman amid strike over tax bill
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AJ+ - Female Plumbers Fight for Jordan's Water
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Demonstrations continue in Jordan after PM resignation (1)
AJ+ International Women's Day – Refugee Role Models
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Welsh NHS doctors set up a clinic in an informal refugee camp outside Adana - BBC Wales
High unemployment low salaries and rising prices Jordanians (1)