Jens Wernicke interviewte die Journalistin Karin Leukefeld für die Nachdenkseiten zu ihren Einsichten in den syrischen Bürgerkrieg. Lesen Sie das Interview hier.
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- Kumi Naidoo Wishes a 'Bigger, Bolder & More Inclusive' Amnesty 16. August 2018