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Fault Lines, Correspondent
Sebastian Walker is an investigative reporter and correspondent. He was awarded the DuPont for his reporting in Haiti, where he reported for Al Jazeera before joining Fault Lines.
For Fault Lines, he has covered stories ranging from the famine in Somalia to the 2012 US elections.
Prior to joining Al Jazeera eight years ago, he was based in Iraq where he arrived in 2003 to start the Baghdad Bulletin before working for Reuters, AFP and various other news publications.
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