Saleyha Ahsan

Taking on Libya’s gun culture

There are a lot of weapons “floating around” Libya these days, mostly in the hands of the country’s one hundred plus militias. It’s estimated, for example, that there are 20,000 anti-aircraft missiles yet to be secured.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 17 December 2011 | 0 Comments

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The guns of war make peace uneasy in Libya

Libya was officially declared liberated on October 23 but my friend Ahmed won’t leave the Tunisian capital, Tunis. He doesn’t want to return to his family in Libya. One of the main reasons is guns.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 8 December 2011 | 0 Comments

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From Our Own Correspondent from Libya

'War wounds that won't heal quickly

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 18 October 2011 | 0 Comments

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On the medical front line of Libya’s uprising – Dr. Emad

Saleyha Ahsan is a doctor, a journalist and a filmmaker. She was also a captain in the British Army who served in Bosnia. For the past month, Saleya has been working as a medical volunteer with Libya’s war wounded. She started out in a hospital in neighboring Tunisia.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 30 September 2011 | 0 Comments

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Tatouine Hospital - evacuating the war wounded

I am still in Tatouine at the hospital-I arrived three days ago, but it feels like a week. I have been following a small group of Libyan doctors who have volunteered to come and work in the hospital dealing specifically with Libyan wounded fighters (from both sides) and civilians.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 30 August 2011 | 0 Comments

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Working in a refugee camp in Libya

 A few weeks ago, I arrived in Tataouine, a desert town in South Tunisia, on a hot sandy day. I was there to work with the Libyan Global Relief Committee (LGRC), a medical group comprised of Libyan nationals or members of the diaspora returning home to help.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 24 August 2011 | 0 Comments

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Is Siac today's Star Chamber?

The more I delve into the murky Kafkaesque world of secret evidence use in British courts-the more my belief that this a regressive movement in terms of the British justice system is reinforced.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 15 August 2011 | 0 Comments

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Crazy twilight shift in A&E

I really do admire patients that sit and wait for hours in A&E with symptoms like diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. I mean sit for literally hours until the early hours of the morning. And there is nothing else wrong at all.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 7 August 2011 | 0 Comments

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Day 1 Ramadhan 2011

To be honest, I was worried. I had no idea how I was going to manage doing a 10 hour plus shift on a Monday in A&E and fast. The shift started at 8am and would finish at 6pm. Monday’s are always bad days.

Posted by Saleyha Ahsan on 1 August 2011 | 0 Comments

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