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Christina Goldbaum


Independent Journalist

Mogadishu, Somalia

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Christina Goldbaum


Independent Journalist

Mogadishu, Somalia

About


I am an independent journalist and producer based in Mogadishu, Somalia and working across the continent. I've reported on issues from terrorism to U.S. foreign policy and the impact of climate change. My work usually lies somewhere in the intersection of identity, politics, and state-building in the region and comes in the form of photography, videography, and the written word. 

I can be reached at christina@christinagoldbaum.com

 

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Print Stories


Strong evidence that U.S. Special Operations forces massacred civilians in somalia

An investigation for The Daily Beast appears to confirm that American soldiers were involved directly in the deaths of 10 innocent civilians. READ HERE.

THE AMERICAN FOUND IN THE RUBBLE

 

Ahmed Abdikarim Eyow had wanted to get back to his Somali roots and thought he’d be safe in the country’s capital. He was one of more than 250 slain. READ HERE.

 

Inside the Secret Mission That Got a Navy SEAL Killed in Africa

An exclusive investigation into the fatal final days of SEAL Team 6 member Kyle Milliken in Somalia. READ HERE.

 

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Video Stories


Video Stories


Speaking with Democracy Now! about my investigation into US Special Operators complicity in the death of 10 civilians in Somalia. 

Speaking with Democracy Now! about my investigation into US Special Operators complicity in the death of 10 civilians in Somalia. 

  Every day, more than 3,000 Somalis abandon their homes in search of food and water. With no rain in sight, the crisis only stands to get worse.

 

Every day, more than 3,000 Somalis abandon their homes in search of food and water. With no rain in sight, the crisis only stands to get worse.

  In the aftermath of Al Qaeda-linked Shebab's attack on Garissa University, town residents and university students recount the attack and call for action from the Kenyan government.

 

In the aftermath of Al Qaeda-linked Shebab's attack on Garissa University, town residents and university students recount the attack and call for action from the Kenyan government.