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Clotilde Bigot


Clotilde Bigot is a freelance journalist and photographer based in Beirut, focusing on diplomacy and human rights. Follow her on Twitter: @clo_bigot

The Lebanese, both at home and in the diaspora, are known for their resilience to withstand crises. For the small but vibrant Lebanese community that has settled in Ukraine, the war is no deterrence from their lives, families and livelihoods.

22 November, 2022

Migrants at the Belarus–Lithuania border reveal to The New Arab a series of punitive measures imposed by both countries to prevent asylum from being granted. The policies are symptomatic of a rising tide of xenophobia across the European Union.

23 September, 2021

The appointment of a new ambassador and public jokes around the Saudi kidnapping of Prime Minister Hariri seem to indicate the two nations are approaching friendly relations, writes Clotilde Bigot.

07 December, 2018