Sarah Ferguson

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Born31 December 1965
Lagos, Nigeria
Alma materKing's College (London)
Member ofJeffrey Epstein/Black book

Sarah Ferguson (born 31 December 1965) is an Australian journalist, reporter and television presenter now based in Australia and formerly in Britain. She is currently working with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).[1]

In late 2019, Ferguson became ABC's China Bureau Chief. Previously, she was a reporter and presenter on ABC's Four Corners[2]


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TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Julian Assange Must be Freed, Not BetrayedArticle18 February 2020John PilgerSarah Ferguson's interview made no mention of a leaked document, revealed by WikiLeaks, called 'Libya Tick Tock', prepared for Hillary Clinton, which described her as the central figure driving the destruction of the Libyan state in 2011. This resulted in 40,000 deaths, the arrival of ISIS in North Africa and the European refugee and migrant crisis.


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