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Saturday January 28th, 2023 5:53PM

LISTEN: Nora Neus talks Muhammad Najem War Reporter

By Mornings on Maine Street

In 2018 CNN Reporter Nora Neus stumbled across the twitter feed from Muhammad Najem, a 15-year-old Syrian using social media to tell his story in any way he could. Now Nora and Muhammad tell this incrediible story in "Muhammad Najem, War Reporter."

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