Cynthia Banham is an Australian journalist and academic in the fields of political science and international law. Initially working as a lawyer, Banham switched to journalism in 1999, and became foreign affairs and defence correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald. In 2007, she was on board Garuda Indonesia Flight 200 when it crashed near Adisutjipto International Airport, sustaining injuries which resulted in the amputation of both her legs.Source: Wikipedia
National research university in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
University in Sydney, New South Wales
University in Sydney, Australia
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