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About Angie
Cairo - based English / Arabic Multimedia multiplatform pro. Reporting, digging, facilitating - the whole story start to finish. Also strong interview producer, video editor, resource provider successfully working in a challenging state environment. Ready for your immediate assignment!

Angie has produced content for digital and radio for the Voice of America in Washington D.C. She has also worked for Aljazeera international, France 24, and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Angie has extensive experience in conducting interviews for radio and TV, news gathering, video packaging, collecting Vox pops, content writing for web and social media, conducting qualitative research, and video rushes.
Interview (Video / Broadcast) Fact Checking
Breaking News Fact Checking

Sudanese Women Bear Brunt of Conflict

29 Mar 2024  |  www.voaafrica.com
As the conflict between Sudan’s army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) nears its one-year mark, Sudanese women have been disproportionately affected, facing significant violence and human rights abuses. Reporter Angie Omar highlights the severe impact on women amidst the ongoing conflict.

This Week’s Eyecatchers (Oct 17-21)

17 Oct 2023  |  www.voaafrica.com
Highlights of the week include the resignation of British Prime Minister Liz Truss after just six weeks in office, with coverage provided by VOA's Angie Omar.

Egypt's Dilemma: Navigating the Israel-Hamas Conflict

10 Oct 2023  |  www.voaafrica.com
Egypt's historical and ongoing role as a mediator in the Israel-Hamas conflict is complex, balancing its diplomatic ties with Israel and solidarity with Palestinians. Despite its efforts to de-escalate tensions and provide humanitarian aid, Egypt faces criticism for its perceived partisanship and enforcement of the Gaza blockade. The country remains under pressure from the US and Israel, complicating its position. Egypt supports a lasting solution based on the 1967 borders and continues to advocate for dialogue and compromise to achieve peace and stability in the region.

Egypt's Dilemma: Navigating the Israel-Hamas Conflict

03 Feb 2023  |  www.voaafrica.com
Egypt is facing a challenging situation as it tries to balance its relationships with Israel and the Palestinian cause amid escalating violence. Tunisia's new election law is seen as a blow to democracy, with most political parties boycotting the upcoming legislative elections. Africa is highly susceptible to climate change despite contributing minimally to global emissions, and a fund was established at COP27 to compensate nations for climate-induced disasters. The Greenfingers Wildlife Initiative Trashion Show in Lagos promotes sustainability and creative fashion design.

New Tunisia Election Law Blow to Democracy - Analyst

15 Dec 2022  |  www.voaafrica.com
Tunisia's new electoral law, introduced by President Kais Saied, is seen as a significant setback to the country's democratic progress. The law has made it difficult for candidates to run for office and has marginalized political parties, leading to widespread boycotts. Additionally, the elimination of public campaign financing favors wealthy individuals, contradicting Saied's populist image. Tunisia is also grappling with a severe financial crisis, with inflation and shortages of basic goods exacerbated by Saied's policies, which have also eroded international donor confidence.

This Week’s Eyecatchers (Nov 28 - Dec 2)

02 Dec 2022  |  voaafrica.com
VOA Africa's top news highlights for the week of November 28 to December 2 include the return of 72 looted art treasures by a museum in London, extensive coverage of World AIDS Day, and updates from the World Cup featuring Ghana.

This Week’s Eyecatchers (Nov 7-11)

11 Nov 2022  |  www.voaafrica.com
Highlights of the week include the Republican party's gains in the U.S. midterm elections and the significance of these elections for Africa.

This Week’s Eyecatchers (Oct 31 – Nov 4)

04 Nov 2022  |  voaafrica.com
VOA Africa highlights top news of the week, including a truce reached in Pretoria peace talks between Addis and Mekele to end the conflict that has resulted in deaths, displacement, and famine in Tigray.

This Week’s Eyecatchers (Oct 24-28)

28 Oct 2022  |  voaafrica.com
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi called for increased international support for communities in Kenya and Somalia affected by drought. Additionally, the long-awaited talks between the Ethiopian government and the TPLF were highlighted.

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