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jane arraf
NPR international correspondent. Cairo-based, covering Iraq and other places on the crossroads of history.
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niqash Dec 14
Mosul locals are sick of waiting for help, so they are rebuilding the once-busy Bab Al Saray market themselves.
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Diaa Hadid ضياء حديد Dec 14
Nawaz Atta once used to document disappeared people. Then he went missing himself - one of the growing number of activists who are disappearing in Pakistan. We went with his mother to try find him.
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Robert Macfarlane Dec 14
"To think about the coming invertebrate extinctions is to confront a different dimension of loss. So much will vanish before we even knew it was there, before we had even begun to understand it":
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jane arraf Dec 12
's own victory over and the bad years before it - musicians, artists in street for first time in years. With some help, maybe the glimmer of resurgence of a cultural capitol.
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Randa HABIB Dec 12
The International Criminal Court (ICC) said on Monday it would refer Jordan to the U.N. Security Council for failing to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir when he visited Amman in March.
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natalia antelava Dec 11
Look who’s the boss.
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susannah george Dec 11
"For the first time ever in 2016 (& 2017), more special ops troops were killed in action than conventional forces"
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ICRC Dec 11
Imagine surviving a war, only for your child to go missing.
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Rasha Al Aqeedi Dec 10
“We solve problems,” he said. “We find resources. We find a way. It’s the spirit of .” Thank you for this beautiful ode to my hometown and its resilient people
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jane arraf Dec 9
foreign ministers in emergency session in condemn US embassy move to , agree to form new committee and meet at next regularly scheduled session in one month. Which says it all I think.
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Bilal Wahab Dec 9
Simply, a missed opportunity for Baghdad.
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jane arraf Dec 9
holiday today to mark defeat. Thinking of the soldiers, special forces, popular mobilization fighters, Peshmerga, journalists and civilians I met who lost their lives in the battle. Maybe this kid playing in a cemetery this week will have a better future.
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Daniel Estrin Dec 8
Trump’s Mideast peace team of, as Kushner put it, “3 Orthodox Jews and a Coptic Egyptian” is about to lose its Coptic Egyptian.
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National Geographic Dec 8
"When scientists say bears are going extinct, I want people to realize what it looks like," says photographer Paul Nicklen
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Steve Bloomfield Dec 7
Kamaran Najm was captured in Iraqi Kurdistan more than three years ago. He's still missing, but his friends haven't given up.
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Max Abrahms Dec 7
I assume he's going to sell it for the people of Yemen.
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jane arraf Dec 7
crown prince linked to purchase of $450m da Vinci painting - "the sale to the Saudi royal family risks offending the deeply conservative nation for its depiction of Jesus, a prophet in Islam": via
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jane arraf Dec 7
Heartbreaking: Names Written In Blood And Rust: Documenting 's Disappeared
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jane arraf Dec 7
Replying to @tawaksham
Kurdish media reported it was a car bomb....
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jane arraf Dec 7
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