Louisa Loveluck

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Louisa Loveluck has been the Washington Post's Baghdad bureau chief since 2019. She has reported on corruption, climate change, mass uprisings, and how the U.S.-led invasion of 2003 changed the country forever. In Ukraine, she reported on the atrocities in the Kyiv suburb of Bucha, and the grinding battle for Bakhmut. She was previously based in Beirut, covering the war in Syria and publishing a series of investigations into the fate of the country's tens of thousands of imprisoned and missing people. Before joining the paper, Louisa was the Daily Telegraph's Cairo correspondent, reporting on the military coup that unseated Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the deadly crackdown that followed. Louisa was the Post's 2016 Laurence Stern Fellow. She has reported from Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Ukraine, Morocco, Tunisia and the United States.

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