nevine mabro (@NevMab )

nevine mabro

Bio Deputy Editor of @Channel4News & Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated feature documentary ‘For Sama @forsamafilm
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Account created 23-04-2009 12:38:35
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iPhone : The great pandemic certainly was a terrible thing… Probably ended the Second World War, all of the soldiers were sick.

President Trump says the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic helped to stop World War Two - which ended in 1945.

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iPhone : I've just spoken with Dawn Butler MP✊🏾 by phone. She has given me a very balanced account of the incident. She was positive about one officer & gave feedback on others & the stop. We are listening to those concerns & Dawn is quite entitled to raise them.…

iPhone : The Labour MP Dawn Butler was stopped by the police while she was in a car driving through Hackney in East London – and she recorded the whole incident on her phone.…

iPhone : As a BBC News reporter I’ve had friends & followers ask me whether I think it’s ok that a white person said the N word on air. For the sake of not having to answer that question again - pls read here:

iPhone : BBC presenter resigns, NOT over the use of the N-word, but the BBC's failure to apologise & defence of it. This shows the level of tolerance that so many Black people display, we accept errors, even when they hurt, but defending mistakes is a step too far…

iPhone : NEW: BBC receives almost 19,000 complaints over use of N-word in news report about racist attack…

iPhone : This was an accident in the way that Chernobyl was an accident - its not that there are one or two people who are responsible, but a whole system of corruption and negligence.

Our International Editor Lindsey Hilsum reports from Beirut.

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iPhone : BREAKING: Lebanese Prime Minister says #Beirut explosions caused by an estimated 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate left unsecured for 6 years in a warehouse. He vows to punish officials responsible. 50+ dead, 3,000 injured, hospitals overwhelmed.