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jane arraf
Journalist, writer. Happily roaming Iraq and other places on the crossroads of history.
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to send foreign minister to funeral in place of president. Says he will return straight home after the event.
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Thanks Quill! Honored to be in such great company!
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On assassination and intolerance in via
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Alison Meuse Sep 27
Harder to watch than kids pulled from the rubble: A distraught father speaks to his son--in a black body bag
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jane arraf Sep 27
On assignment with on coast - fishermen helping recover bodies of victims drowned trying to get to Europe
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jane arraf Sep 25
Shocking. Likely to hasten exodus from - Jordanian writer shot dead outside his trial for insulting Islam
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jane arraf Sep 24
Lovely little piece - actually about rather than Lebanon.
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UN Refugee Agency Sep 24
Meet the truly remarkable Belind, a weightlifting champion in Syria. His story
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jane arraf Sep 23
Jordan's rebranded Islamists seen staging election comeback via
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jane arraf Sep 22
's Moslem Brotherhood wins only 15 parliamentary seats - less than predicted, but says it's a victory bc still biggest single bloc.
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Kurd Net Sep 22
Rescued Kurdish sex slaves will face no stigma: Prince Tahseen Ali
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jane arraf Sep 21
says , incl malnourished children, denied essential medical care for 3rd month at border as maintains border closings.
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Maria Abi-Habib Sep 21
UN was warned of strikes before ill-fated convoy Left. "Air strikes aren't a reason to stop the convoy"
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jane arraf Sep 21
That's actually what credible means...
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jane arraf Sep 21
Oh and engineering Saudi, Kuwait reconciliation with . Could go on but am trying to think of what other ministers have done.
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jane arraf Sep 21
Not my assessment, that of international community after his ten years as foreign minister and instrumental role in IMF, World Bank bailouts
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Patrick Osgood Sep 21
Most non-KDP Kurdish MPs appear to have voted for Zebari's impeachment. A stunning indictment of the region's political divide.
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jane arraf Sep 21
slides further into the abyss with move to unseat finance minister Zebari, one of few credible ministers and senior Kurd in government
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jane arraf Sep 21
officials say no results yet - our story on how voting went at one polling station
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Robert Mardini Sep 21
We're proud of what is able to do in every day. Their volunteers save lives and bring back hope.
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