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‘Life at home just didn’t make sense’: the mental trauma of foreign correspondent Sally Sara – Sydney Morning Herald

Covering war, famine and other atrocities left its mark on the celebrated ABC reporter. In her struggle to recover, she turned to therapy and the creative release…

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In 2009, the ABC foreign correspondent Sally Sara walked into the Role 3 hospital at Kandahar Air Base, in Afghanistan. Role 3 was one of the busiest combat hospitals in the world, treating a near constant stream of wounded soldiers, insurgents and women and children. A sign near the entrance read The best care anywhere, which was no idle boast: the hospital had a 97 per cent survival rate.
Sara, who had been covering the war for a year, believed…

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