This is a selection of my news reports and features work.


Attacks on schools aim to ‘destroy Syria’s identity’ – Al Jazeera

Exclusive: Four babies die in attack on Aleppo’s ‘last children’s hospital’ – Middle East Eye

Exclusive: UK took weeks to act on Cairo student killing concerns – Middle East Eye

Tensions grow between Turks and Syrians as rockets rain on Kilis – Middle East Eye

Rocket attacks on Turkish town from IS-held Syria provoke riots – Middle East Eye

My Middle East Eye reports archive here

Hero Syrian rescue worker tells of moment he pulled baby from bombed-out building – MailOnline

Masked gunmen shoot at tourist bus at Giza hotel near pyramids – Telegraph.co.uk

Iran opens first marathon to tourists – but women can’t compete – Telegraph.co.uk

‘No business’ for Petra stallholders as Jordan suffers tourism drought – Telegraph.co.uk

Syrian Unesco World Heritage site used as battlefield – Telegraph.co.uk

Drone footage shows destruction of Aleppo’s heritage sites – Telegraph.co.uk

Oxford University invests £630k in US firm that profits from cluster bombs – The Independent


It’s happy holidays in Syria, according to the Assad regime – Telegraph.co.uk

Where the Yazidis fled next – NewStatesman.co.uk

How does it feel to be Muslim in France today? -NewStatesman.co.uk

Why tourists are spending their holidays helping refugees in Greece – Telegraph.co.uk

Destruction of Middle East’s heritage is ‘cultural genocide’ – Telegraph.co.uk

 I’m over anorexia, but it’s not finished with me (£)  –The Times (£)

“There have been so many ugly scenes”: a woman’s voice from Aleppo’s frontlines – News Deeply Women & Girls’ Hub


The Olympic stadium turned Afghan refugee village in Athens – BBC From Our Own Correspondent


Palmyra and propaganda: Assad’s latest game – Middle East Eye

Egypt’s ‘gold standard’ security has a long way to go – Telegraph.co.uk


The olive harvest in Palestine – in pictures – Telegraph.co.uk

Airbnb: do the bargains come at a price? – The Telegraph

The truth about Ryanair’s customer services department – The Telegraph

Petra – the secret way into Jordan’s lost city – The Telegraph


Theeb, the Oscar-nominated film putting Bedouin actors in the limelight – Telegraph.co.uk

Egypt promises £26 million for tourist safety at resorts, says minister – Telegraph.co.uk

Surviving Oxford without mum was tough in public eye – Telegraph.co.uk

Peter Brookes, The Times’ political cartoonist


Who’s got the Hump?, John Humphrys, broadcaster

Tariq Ali supports Living WageThe Oxford Student

PDFs reproduced with permission of Oxford University Student Union

2 Responses to Portfolio

  1. Hashim Oomerjee says:

    Hi Lizzie.

    I was touched by your article on Hala, a young Syrian refugee girl who is losing her vision.

    I would like to sponsor this child so that she can get the treatment she requires. What is the best course of action for this?

    Please get in touch with me.

    I am based in London UK.

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