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Steve Inskeep 10h
Replying to @AydaPour
From a Tehran restaurant: a dish called tahchin, which colleague instructed us to find. Never seen a menu quite like this.
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Kirk Siegler 11h
Personal/Professional/Geographical News: this fall I will be relocating from Los Angeles to Boise, Idaho for Our new bureau there will put me closer to the people & places I cover on the rural and public lands beats.
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Up First 16h
The weight of economic sanctions from the U.S. on Iran has left Iranian civilians blaming both governments for harsh effects. NPR's reports from Tehran.
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Steve Inskeep 17h
Thank you for trusting us for your news, and with your kid’s ears. Will work to live up to it.
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Steve Inskeep 18h
Replying to @MorningEdition @NPR
And this is Dr. Mastaneh Saneh, a partner in a Tehran cancer clinic decorated with statues of angels, because “angels save you.” She says she lacks the latest cancer drugs. Why? We examine evidence on .
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Steve Inskeep 19h
This is Syed Vahid Tehami, editor of Iran’s Press TV. Much as Russia’s RT gives a Russian view of the news in English, Press TV gives an Iranian view beyond its borders. In recent months RT and Press TV have discussed coordination against the US.
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Steve Inskeep 19h
The “Tehran bureau” as it’s looking today for and .
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Asma Khalid Aug 20
Interviewing Beto O’Rourke tomorrow with for the podcast. Have Qs? Let us know!
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Emily Feng Aug 20
Worth noting that altho Twitter+FB have preemptively taken down accounts, at least thousands of China Twitter bots are still in full force as of this afternoon reposting and amplifying the hashtag "support mulan" campaign created by Chinese state media
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
“It should be our universities' responsibility to educate international students about democratic values, freedom of speech, and civility. I was fortunate that... I was exposed to, and confronted by, information that challenged my pre-existing views.”
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Throughline Aug 19
listen to us this thurs, then come see us IRL this FRIDAY in D.C.
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Steve Herman Aug 19
More than 900 accounts originating from "were deliberately and specifically attempting to sow political discord in Hong Kong, including undermining the legitimacy and political positions of the protest movement on the ground," according to .
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
Replying to @MorningEdition @NPR
It’s a holiday in Iran and people are out in a park after 10pm on blankets, eating snacks, celebrating birthdays, smoking shisha. Some were strikingly critical of their government. Their voices later this week on
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
Replying to @NPRinskeep
Meat prices in Iran have commonly tripled in the last year or two, one of the more dramatic effects of inflation. But that doesn’t mean it is not available.
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
Replying to @NPRinskeep
And while we are on the subject of signs
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
Replying to @NPRinskeep
She was following this rule, see.
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
There’s also the book about Hitler, and a book about the president of the United States titled “Gold Plated.”
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
Your team in Iran includes producer , seen here supplementing her head scarf with a construction helmet as we tour a new building.
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Asma Khalid Aug 19
If you question whether race/culture will be a factor in 2020, just take a look at the intense reaction to the NYTimes 1619 project.
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Steve Inskeep Aug 19
Tehran book stall, late afternoon.
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