Middle East, Africa, Afghanistan and Pakistan EditorGlobalPost
Erin Cunningham is GlobalPost’s editor for the Middle East, Africa, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Erin has reported from the Middle East, South Asia and the Balkans for five years, covering Kosovo's independence, the military surge in Afghanistan, protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square, the first democratic elections in Tunisia, and Israeli military operations in Gaza.
Erin has reported for CNN, BBC World Service, BBC Radio and Al Jazeera English. Her written work has appeared in TIME, the Independent, Salon, the Christian Science Monitor, and the National (UAE).
She is a southern California native, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in International and Comparative Politics from the American University of Paris.
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Urban aquaponic farms have the potential to curb food insecurity in the Gaza Strip, experts say.
As evidence of possible chemical weapons use in Syria mounts, so do the calls for a military intervention in the now two-year-long conflict that has cost roughly 70,000 lives.
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A second Egyptian died after fighting between Muslims and Coptic Christians outside St. Mark's Cathedral in Cairo.
Egypt has a long history of using humor to survive tough times, but Bassem Youssef drew criticism for his more direct, "American format" of satire.
Amid a food and fuel shortage, Egypt raised the price of state-subsidized cooking gas for the first time in 20 years.
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