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Crisis reporting is some of the hardest-hitting journalism, but there is more to it than scenes of floods and rubble, according to a post written by Jennifer Anne on IJNet.

Speaking to Austin Merrill, journalist for the Everyday Project, capturing normal life can help go beyond the typical beat of crisis reporting, and he offered 10 insights to finding a new angle in your next overseas story.

Merrill welcomes disruptions in the planning process, instead of ignoring what does not fit into the narrative coming in, writes Anne.

"Let everything you notice about the day-to-day experiences of people in-country reshape your plans."

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