Louisa Loveluck is a Middle East correspondent for the Washington Post, covering the Syria conflict from her base in Beirut. She was the paper's Laurence Stern Fellow during the 2016 presidential election, reporting on the campaign trail, national security, and mass shootings.
Previously based in Cairo as the Daily Telegraph's Egypt Correspondent, Louisa's work from across the Middle East has also appeared in the Guardian, the BBC, The Christian Science Monitor, and the New York Times. She was named Foreign Reporter of the Year at the 2016 WBW Awards in London.
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