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Diego Cupolo

Ankara, Turkey
Freelance Reporter and Photojournalist — Freelance
Covers:  Refugees, Balkans, Middle East, Turkey, Human Rights, Conflict, Environment

Ankara-based reporter + photojournalist covering politics and migration. @dwnews @NurPhoto @TheAtlantic @ForeignPolicy @irinnews dcupolo@gmail.com or DM me.

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Diego Cupolo is a reporter, photojournalist and author of "Seven Syrians: War Accounts From Syrian Refugees" (8th House Publishing).

He covers migration and politics for Deutsche Welle and NurPhoto Agency. His written and visual works have appeared in The Atlantic Magazine, The Financial Times, M...

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RT @aronlund: With Turkish and Syrian government offensives in both Afrin and Idleb, Syria's civilians are running out of places… https://t.co/eEekEjcYVj
For years, people in this region have been contemplating the US strategy in #Syria ... I'm still not sure if/when they'll be able to reach solid conclusions.  https://nyti.ms/2G4cFMu  #Afrin #Turkey
"Turkish reluctance to fight IS drove the US to work with the YPG, but this point is almost always lost on #Turkey's leadership, which has watched the developing relationship between its alleged strategic partner and its bitterest enemy with growing alarm." @stevenacook on #Afrin  https://twitter.com/stevenacook/status/955469186037374976 
A collection of today's headlines from @anadoluagency, #Turkey's state-run news outlet, for anyone interested in how the #Afrin operation is being presented here. https://t.co/zSF7TxOitf
RT @esinclairwebb: Bianet website reports Turkish police have detained 30 people for social media posts criticizing Turkey's military… https://t.co/t7bK6wJc6c
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Humanitarian Award for raising awareness of the Syrian refugee crisis

2014 - Humanitarian Journalism
Recognized by the charity Human Concern International for raising awareness of the refugee crisis through public speeches and my book "Seven Syrians: War Accounts From Syrian Refugees".