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Imogen Lambert

Imogen is a staff journalist at al-Araby al-Jadeed. She graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and has worked in social and economic rights in Cairo.

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How the PLO and Lebanese authorities became unlikely friends

11 September, 2016

In-depth: Palestinian faction Fatah, which dominates the PLO, and Lebanese security have put years of animosity behind them, and started to work together on security in Lebanon.

Daraya: a symbol of resilience

26 August, 2016

A small town on the outskirts of Damascus managed to hold off the Syrian regime for five years. On Friday, after a punishing siege, Daraya was forced to surrender.

Drowned in their sleep: Remembering Syria's Ghouta Massacre

21 August, 2016

Survivors of the 2013 Ghouta Massacre speak to The New Arab about their memories on that tragic day when the Syrian regime used gas on a Damascus suburb.

Syrian 'miracle baby' saver killed in Aleppo

12 August, 2016

A civil defence worker who saved the life of a baby trapped under rubble has been killed in airstrikes in Syria's Aleppo, where violence is raging on.

School's out for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon

21 July, 2016

More than a quarter of a million Syrian children are unable to attend school in Lebanon, due mostly to financial reasons, a recent report by Human Rights Watch has stated.

Syrian 'refugee dancer' commits suicide in Beirut

23 June, 2016

A talented dancer from Syria has committed suicide in Beirut, leaving a call for the downfall of oppressive systems.

Childhood's end in Assad's prisons

12 June, 2016

Testimony: Omar al-Shogre was seventeen when he was arrested in Baniyas. In one year he would experience horrific torture in eleven different detention facilities in Syria.

Prisoners beyond the sun: Saving Syria's detainees

03 May, 2016

Hundreds of thousands of Syrians, including women and innocent people, are still languishing in Assad’s prisons, but an activist-run campaign is working hard to put their issue on the agenda.

#PanamaPapers: Are dictators and US opponents unfairly targeted?

05 April, 2016

Critics, dissenters and Russian media allege that Putin and Assad have been unfairly targeted by the Panama leaks.

Guilio Regeni: The face of Egypt's dark disappearances

05 April, 2016

In-depth: Italian media and Egyptian Human Rights groups are highlighting the escalating trend of forced disappearances in Egypt following the death of the Italian PhD student

Pro-Palestinian "subvertisements" on the London Undergound and Palestine solidarity

27 March, 2016

Interview: The elusive figure behind the recent tube advertisements for Israel apartheid week talks about diversifying the solidarity campaign, the limits of protest and extending solidarity to Syria.

Hamas responds to Egyptian hostility with dissimulation

25 March, 2016

In-depth: Hamas is reacting to Egyptian accusations and hostility with remarkable deference and apologies to the regime, to the point of dissociating themselves from their founding ideologies.

Imogen Lambert
Imogen Lambert

Imogen is a staff journalist at al-Araby al-Jadeed. She graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and has worked in social and economic rights in Cairo.

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