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Kamilia Lahrichi
Foreign correspondent based in Argentina
Foreign correspondent based in Argentina
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mmensely excited to share my video for IRIN News on the health crisis in Venezuela's public hospitals: a very difficult story to tell considering it's impossible to film inside but a highly important one.

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Clueless about the latest economic developments in Argentina? Excited to share my video for International Finance Magazine on President Mauricio Macri's year in office and the most important economic changes. www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7BlC9sNWBQ&feature=youtu.be

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Mon article et photos sur la vague de scandales de corruption rocambolesques qui secouent l'Argentine avec la comparution de l'ancienne présidente Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner devant un tribunal fédéral le 31 octobre 2016.

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My piece and pictures for Fusion on the #NiUnaMenos march:
“He raped me. I’m a prisoner and he’s free,” reads the large pink banner that 17-year-old Florencia Ortiz held with the name of her alleged 50-year old rapist. Like Florencia, several thousands of women poured into the street of Buenos Aires and other major Argentine cities to fight back against the plague of femicides - the killing of women because of their gender.

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Thrilled to share my video for The Huffington Post on Colombia's Forgotten Humanitarian Crisis on the Forsaken Land of La Guajira.

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Excited to share my piece for The Huffington Post on the Chinese mafia operating in Argentina http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/kamilia-lahrichi/chinese-criminal-gangs-hi_b_12336684.html

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My video for AP on local indigenous organizations in La Guajira, Colombia, which are fighting for the Wayuu’s survival by putting women at the forefront of the peace process in Colombia. Thanks to the support of International Women's Media Foundation.

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Excited to share my video for Channel News Asia on K-Pop in Argentina. 20,000 kilometers away from Korea, the K-wave has reached the shores of Argentina and is generating plenty of new Latin American fans. The Asian music phenomenon has gained such strong traction with Argentine fans.
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