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Olivier Weber (born 1958) is a French writer, novelist and reporter at large, known primarily for his coverage of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has been a war correspondent for twenty-five years, especially in Central Asia, Africa, Middle-East and Iraq.Writer at war He is an assistant professor at the Institut d'études politiques de Paris, president of the Prize Joseph Kessel and today ambassador of France at large. Weber has won several national and international awards of literature and journalism, in particular for his stories on Afghanistan and for his books on wars.Olivier Weber, French award winning novelist and war reporter His novels, travels writing books and essays have been translated in a dozen of languages.Award winning author and war reporterOlivier Weber, the eye of an explorer

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Uniform title: Eternités afghanes. English
by Reza, , 1952-
[Paris] : Editions du Chêne : Unesco Pub., c2002
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