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Imma Vitelli
Journalist

Imma Vitelli is a writer and a foreign correspondent. Over the last 15 years she has covered conflicts all over the world, including in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Somalia. In the last few years she has focused on Syria and the implosion of the Middle East and North Africa. In 2014, for five months, she crossed four countries covering the epic journey of migrants from the Horn of Africa to Sicily. She is the author of the book Tahrir (Il Saggiatore, 2012)about the Egyptian revolution. She was born in Matera, Italy, in 1970, and has a Master’s degree in Journalism from Columbia University, New York. After spending ten years in the Middle East, she is currently based in Rome.


 
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