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JUSTIN LYNCH

Journalist

I report on politics, people, and conflict. 


Currently, I am the associate editor for Fifth Domian, the cybersecurity site for Sightline Media, Defense News and the Military Times. Previously, I was the AP correspondent in South Sudan.


My written work has appeared in the New Yorker, AP, the Atlantic, Slate, Foreign Policy, the Daily Beast, and on other websites. My photography has appeared on the New York Times, the Washington Post, and other major news outlets.

I have appeared on NPR, Al Jazeera, the BBC, CBC, and other news outlets.

Contact Details:

justinjaylynch@gmail.com

518-727-7885

@just1nlynch

(photo credit: Jason Patinkin)

 

FEATURED WORK

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A report from the front lines of Ukraine's war and Washington D.C. shows that the United States may be backing down to Russia

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A never-before-told story of how U.S. diplomats engaged with Sudanese coup plotters, and why the CIA is pushed a plan to de-list Sudan from the list of countries that fund terrorism.

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The secret story of how the Trump administration tried to hack North Korea in the fall of 2017 decided to conduct more cyberattacks against foreign nations.

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A report from Capitol Hill as civil war breaks out in South Sudan for the New Yorker.

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Hundreds of secret documents and text messages tell the inside story of how the U.N. covered up a massacre in Myanmar and the U.S. failed to prevent ethnic cleansing.

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More than 30 internal White House, State Department and United Nations documents tell the story of how the world stood by as ethnic cleansing spread in South Sudan.

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A report from the contested areas of Yei, South Sudan, at the height of ethnic cleansing.

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An on the ground report from a government attack on a U.N. site that housed nearly 50,000 people.