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Liz Sly
Washington Post Beirut bureau chief covering Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and beyond. RT=Gosh, hmm or huh. Favorites are my filing cabinet.
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Liz Sly 3h
When you realize you are leaving your home perhaps for ever. This girl's face. The evacuation of Daraya today.
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Liz Sly 5h
In WW2, the US sought to keep out Jewish refugees, including Anne Frank. Just like Syrians today. By
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karen deyoung 8h
Kerry meets Lavrov in Geneva in bid to forge truce, coordination deal in Syrian war
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Mina Al-Oraibi 8h
The people of were betrayed, not defeated.. They survived the most horrendous of conditions
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People besieged for 4 years prepare to leave Daraya. What defeat looks like. Via Daraya Local Council.
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Nabih 9h
Worth a listen from , on the side of you don't hear about.
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Ufuk ULUTAŞ 10h
. Semih Terzi was not the head of the SF. He was in charge of the SF's operations in Syria. Your argument is still valid though.
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Liz Sly 10h
The overall plan for Turkish intervention vs ISIS in Syria is being implemented now. US has been pushing it forever.
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One of the fiercest opponents of Turkish intervention in Syria was the head of the special forces, who later emerged as a key coup leader
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Here's one reason why the US-Turkey Syria deal was delayed- mil. officers who later took part in the coup blocked it
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Liz Sly 11h
Our story from last July on the US-Turkey deal on Syria for some sort of zone, belatedly being implemented now
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Liz Sly 12h
Governments have been tracking & monitoring journalists, activists etc on their IPhones. Bug was fixed only yesty
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Liz Sly 21h
What a sad & painful read about the ISIS captivity of Kayla Mueller. Questions raised too about the conduct of MSF
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Liz Sly 23h
As Daraya surrenders, plse read this 2011 story for some context to the carnage in Syria today, and how it all began
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Liz Sly 23h
An activist's death in Daraya 5 years ago augured the death of the peaceful uprising in Syria. The armed rebels there surrendered today 1/2
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Liz Sly Aug 24
CENTCOM: A strike in Raqqa yesty maybe killed civilians when a non-military vehicle drove into the target area after the weapon was released
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Liz Sly Aug 24
Jarablus fell so fast it seems to have survived mostly intact
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Stephen O'Brien Aug 22
I'm angry, very angry - this callous carnage that is has long since moved from the cynical, to the sinful:
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Liz Sly Aug 24
Russia is "deeply worried" about the Turkish/US/rebel offensive in Syria, including the risk of civilian casualties
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Liz Sly Aug 24
Syria, predictably, is not happy about Turkey entering Syria. "Replacing one type of terrorism with another".
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