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"A young Syrian girl asked me if her leg will ever grow back."

Egyptian journalist Ahmed Al Ameed tells us about his time on the frontline in Syria, being the first Egyptian nominated for the Bayeux Prize for War Reporting and more.

Ahmed Al Ameed, Egyptian Journalist Nominated for the Bayeux Prize for War Reporting

Ahmed El Ameed is the first Egyptian war journalist to be shortlisted for France’s prestigious Bayeux Prize for his coverage of the world's most pressing humanitarian crises in war-torn Syria. CairoScene had the privilege of speaking with him about his career, his accomplishments, and what it takes to pursue the important stories amidst the ravages of war.