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Nicolas Hénin

French journalist

1975   -  

country of citizenship: France
native language: French
language of expression: French, Arabic
educated at: Lycée Henri-IV, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Institut pratique du journalisme, Lycée Fénelon, Paris
occupation: journalist
award received: National Recognition Medal for Victims of Terrorism, Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres

Nicolas Hénin (born 7 November 1975 at Le Mans) is a French journalist who publishes in written media, radio and television. As a specialist of the Middle East, he has covered the Iraq War and the Syrian Civil War. He was captured by ISIS in Syria on 22 June 2013, along with three other Frenchmen, and held hostage until 18 April 2014. After his liberation, Hénin co-founded Action Résilience, a network promoting level-headedness in anti-terrorism, and had become a notable voice in the fight against hate speech.
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