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Language is a jungle
It’s been five months now since I arrived in Lebanon.
05 Nov 2015 / 9 minute read
My first mission: tents, traffic and teenagers in Tripoli
As far as essential life decisions are concerned, I have always been an intuitive person. My heart tells me where to go and what to do, therefore I don’t need rational planning.
04 Nov 2015 / 7 minute read
Ebola in town: day 7 of 21
The line between genuine fear and real paranoia is so fine that it already threatens to blur. "The aftermath," I was warned, is perhaps even more challenging than the assignment. I can only agree.
20 Oct 2014 / 4 minute read
Martin introduces the youngest and oldest survivors of the current Ebola outbreak
25 Sep 2014 / 3 minute read
Another day in the life
Martin blogs from the frontline of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia
22 Sep 2014 / 3 minute read
First impressions of West Africa
"Liberia?" The taxi driver asks disbelievingly. His reaction is similar to those of most people in the past few days.
18 Sep 2014 / 6 minute read