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Francesca Mannocchi
Francesca Mannocchi

Mannocchi is an Italian journalist who writes and broadcasts for a number of regional and international publications.

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The refugee for refugees

07 March, 2019

In-depth: Omar Alshakal is helping clothe and shelter some of the thousands of Syrian refugees trapped on the Greek islands, reports Francesca Mannocchi.

Refugees in limbo: Thousands stuck on Samos, just waiting

25 February, 2019

Video: A special report from the island of Samos, where winter conditions only add to the misery of thousands trapped by the terms of the EU-Turkey deal. Francesca Mannocchi reports.

Violence, militias and corruption: Surviving in Libya's war

17 October, 2018

Militias in Libya are influencing every aspect of Libyan life, from the government to the banks, making it even harder for citizens who are struggling to survive.

The price of fear in Afghanistan

13 June, 2018

In-depth: The situation in Afghanistan has become worse, as life becomes even more perilous for civilians, writes Francesca Mannocchi.

The New Arab Meets: Mosul Eye founder Omar Mohammed

14 May, 2018

The New Arab Meets: Omar Mohammed, who called himself Mosul Eye and wrote about the atrocities of Islamic State in his city for two years.

Libya's radical Madkhalists are the latest threat

09 May, 2018

In-depth: A fringe Salafist group is slowly building huge influence on several fronts in Libya's chaos, and locals are saying the rise of an ultraconservative Islamist militia looks very familiar.

Tortured, disappeared, displaced: Libyans in the hands of smugglers

23 April, 2018

In-depth: Human traffickers are making fast cash on the migrant trade, yet many desperate people are willing to pay any price to escape, reports Francesca Mannocchi.

Islamic State families struggle with life after the 'caliphate'

15 March, 2018

In-depth: Victory against the Islamic State group has seen hundreds of families in Mosul still paying the price of crimes committed by their relatives, reports Francesca Mannocchi.

'Returning to life' after being sold into sexual slavery

15 March, 2018

In-depth: Lied to and exploited, some 80 percent of women arriving in Europe through Libya are destined for trafficking, reports Francesca Mannocchi.

Libya's smugglers are getting rich dealing in migrant lives

12 February, 2018

In-depth: Human traffickers are making fast cash on the migrant trade, yet many desperate people are willing to pay any price to escape, reports Francesca Mannocchi. Photos by Alessio Romenzi.

'Employment, freedom, dignity': The enduring call of Tunisia's streets

30 January, 2018

The Tunisian people have borne the consequences of the country's dire post-revolution finances, but political and economic concerns cannot always be easily separated, reports Francesca Mannocchi.

What next for the IS fighters returning to Tunisia

28 November, 2017

Indepth: Hundreds of Islamic State fighters are returning to Tunisia, but what can be done to prevent the spread of radicalisation in a country reliant on tourism, writes Francesca Mannocchi.

Francesca Mannocchi
Francesca Mannocchi

Mannocchi is an Italian journalist who writes and broadcasts for a number of regional and international publications.

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