Jess Smee, born 1974 in Clacton-on-Sea, England, is a journalist. She studied at Liverpool University and worked as a reporter for The Guardian, Spiegel Online International and Reuters News Wire. As part of the charitable project »The Niles«, Smee coached journalists in Sudan and South Sudan. She lives in Berlin and is the chief online editor at KULTURAUSTAUSCH.
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