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Rebin Fazil

Rebin is a journalist and the founder of Ozone Magazine, a scientific magazine published in Kurdistan universities.

After completing the program, Rebin wants to branch out from printed media into multimedia and broadcast journalism at local and international news outlets. He also will create multimedia for community organizations.

"I think nowadays people prefer TVs, video, photo and audio reports and may not have time or interest in reading reports and articles which will take their time. Multimedia journalism, in my opinion, is more trustworthy."

Recent Reports

Children of the Streets

By Rebin Fazil on Aug 11, 2010 | No Comments

14,000 children earn a living on the streets in Iraqi Kurdistan. Tiziano Reporter Rebin Fazil tells their story....

Check the Box: Expired Medicine Sold in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Rebin Fazil on Aug 11, 2010 | No Comments

Erbil's pharmacies and dispensaries are putting sick people at risk by selling expired drugs.

Remembering: How Sabah Ahmad Lost his Childhood in 1991

By Rebin Fazil on Jul 29, 2010 | No Comments

The story of one child forced to leave his home during a troubled time.

5 Questions for a Knife Sharpener in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Rebin Fazil on Jul 20, 2010 | No Comments

A knife sharpener explains why a dagger is better than a gun when committing the perfect murder.

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