Eman El-Sherbiny

Freelance open-source investigative journalist
Eman is a diverse writer, insightful editor and an OSINT/GEOINT specialist with more than eight years of journalistic experience delivering accurate, informative, and thought-provoking pieces to international audiences. Specialties include: investigative, policy, security, social politics, data-oriented, business, and technical content. She's also got four-year experience in due diligence and risk assessment. She possesses thorough analytical skills to create content from a unique lens, resulting in increased reader engagement. Eman is currently working as an open-source investigative journalist at Sudanese Archive. Her previous work has been seen in The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, Euronews, The Daily Beast, Ozy, openDemocracy, Scientific African Magazine, The Africa Report and more.

Recently Published Pieces

  • (11/2/2021) by Ruth Nineke

    Sudan: ‘There is no room for General al-Burhan but to compromise’

    Eman El-Sherbiny Freelance open-source investigative journalist The soldiers can’t kill us all was the brave claim of tens of thousand of protestors marching across Sudan's capital Khartoum and other cities on 30 October. That message didn’t reach some of the soldiers. [...] Recently Published Pieces All Articles by Eman El-Sherbiny… [...]
  • (6/30/2021) by Ruth Nineke

    Violence during ‘millionth march’ in Al-Qadarif on June 30, 2019

    Eman El-Sherbiny Freelance open-source investigative journalist On June 30, 2019, thousands of Sudanese protesters took to the streets renewing the demand to shift power from the transitional military council (TMC) to civilians. In this investigation, Sudanese Archive has researched violence perpetrated by security forces against protesters in Al-Qadarif city on… [...]

On June 3, 2019, Sudanese security forces, especially the RSF, led an organized attack on sit-ins and pro-democracy protesters around two key points; the Army Headquarters and Mosque University of Khartoum […]

Alongside an open sewer, a small child is sprinting to catch an afternoon art class, which happens to be taking place at a converted shipping container  […]

An Irish aid worker was among 157 people on board an airline that crashed minutes after take-off from the Ethiopian capital yesterday. The Ethiopian Airlines flight to Nairobi reported difficulties during its ascent and the captain issued a distress call shortly before contact was lost at 8.44am. The aircraft crashed about 40 miles from Addis Ababa near the town of […]

Almost two months after the fall of Omar al-Bashir, Sudan’s former long-standing President, scores of Sudanese people continued to protest on the streets of Khartoum and in cities all across the country. Though the country rid itself from its 30-year ill-famed dictator, protesters felt that an entire regime was still in charge […]

Airlines started grounding fleets of Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft today after an Ethiopian flight crashed yesterday killing 157 people. Comair, a South African-based franchise of British Airways, confirmed […]

An American businessman who helped to pull survivors from the rubble after the World Trade Center attacks in New York on 9/11 was among 21 people murdered by terrorists in a Kenyan hotel […]

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