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Inna Lazareva is a British freelance multimedia journalist and analyst who, as of June 2016, is based in West Africa. Previously, she spent almost four years as a Middle East correspondent, covering Israel and Palestine for The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Times, and contributing to Time magazine, The New Statesman, Standpoint, Al Jazeera, Al Monitor, Monocle, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy magazine and others. In 2012, she reported from Uganda after being selected as a finalist in The Guardian’s International Development journalism competition. She has also written about the Democratic Republic of Congo for the Institute of War and Peace Reporting in London, and produced and hosted her own radio podcast 'Out of the Comfort Zone' on TLV1 radio. Inna has a Master’s degree in International Public Policy from University College London and speaks five languages.