Hazel Southam - Journalist

Hazel Southam, writing in the field

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Blogs & Columns

My Year With A Horse

BBC Radio Solent: me talking about how a horse got me through the toughest year of my life http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0410ccn

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The holiday bug that could be more sinister than you think

Waiting at Frankfurt airport, my head started to spin. Then, as I got on the plane, I collapsed. I remember begging the purser to let me fly home, but to no avail. ‘You’re too sick for us to look after,’ he said, and called an ambulance.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2716070/The-holiday-bugs-sinister-think-As-Ebola-highlights-hidden-dangers-exotic-trips-VERY-cautionary-tale.html#ixzz3B8UQunxh
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Doctor tells of fight to stop rape being used as weapon of war

“Rape is endemic in Congo,” says Dr Lusi. “Tribes use rape to show that they are stronger than each other, to humiliate each other. When a village is invaded, all the women will be raped.”

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Converted after China's earthquake

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About Hazel

Hazel Southam is an award-winning journalist who reports on religious affairs, international development and the environment. She has covered four G8 Summits.

She wrote for The Sunday and Daily Telegraph for 10 years. Her work has also appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, The Daily Mail and The Evening Standard.

Reporting assignments have taken her to places including Bosnia, Zimbabwe, Mongolia, Albania, Nagorno-Karabakh, Senegal and the Arctic Circle.

In the UK, she has also delivered media training to the MOD and leading businesses.

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