Naomi Buck

freelance reporter

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Freelance journalist, based in Berlin, Germany

Naomi Buck on KCRW

Much of Europe has been hit by hurricane-force winds that have killed at least 47 people and disrupted travel for tens of thousands more.  There's major damage from the British Isles…

Deadly Storm Sweeps Europe

Much of Europe has been hit by hurricane-force winds that have killed at least 47 people and disrupted travel for tens of thousands more.  There's major damage from the British Isles…

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