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Beirut-based special correspondent for PBS NewsHour. She is recently back from Yemen, where she spent nearly a month reporting a three-part series on widespread starvation in Yemen, American financing of the Saudi-backed coalition there, and Houthi rebels. Her recent piece in The New Yorker is titled “Is Intentional Starvation the Future of War?”

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