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Sam Dagher
Senior Correspondent, The Wall Street Journal. Focus on Syria, Iraq & Iran. Covering Middle East for 12 years plus. Lived in Syria 2012-2014. Usual caveats.
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Sam Dagher 6h
Bone Relic From Becket, Murdered Archbishop, to Return to Scene of the Crime by
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In 's mangled economy, truckers stitch together warring regions via fascinating read by
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Sam Dagher May 25
Front page Qasim Suleimani in to oversee push by Shiite militias to retake city
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susannah george May 23
while Iraq announces big Fallujah op - previous "victories" in Anbar remain largely uninhabitable
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susannah george May 24
check out our story on what's going on in Baghdad as attention shifts to Fallujah via
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Sam Dagher May 24
To be more precise he said needed to be cleansed, purified, rid of cancer that's Fallujah "source of terror" since 2004
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Sam Dagher May 24
Speaking to earlier today about significance of bombings in coastal cities
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Sam Dagher May 24
"Our chance to rid all of from cancer" Shiite militia leader tells men "An honor we must attain"
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Sam Dagher May 24
Incredible video - Shiite militia leader telling his men "source of terror" & it "must be cleansed"
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Sam Dagher May 24
On not best way to combat ideology when you have militias in lead assaulting a hugely symbolic city for
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Sam Dagher May 24
Iraqi and coalition forces pound Islamic State in via
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Sam Dagher May 24
Notwithstanding claim of coastal cities bombings, foreign min blaming rebel group Ahrar al-Sham &
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Sam Dagher May 24
. bombings not in regime interest, Tartous & Jableh home of many of those still fighting in army & regime militias
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Sam Dagher May 23
. when was there in 2014 they went out of their way to secure coastal area, entering was like going to
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Sam Dagher May 23
If responsible for coast bombings as it claims then this comeback for group where had limited presence 2013-2014 in mountains
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Sam Dagher May 23
Bombings in coastal cities are huge breach nobody can enter Jableh or Tartous without being quizzed & ID examined at checkpoints
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Sam Dagher May 23
Series of bombs in hit Assad strongholds, killing dozens via by
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Sam Dagher May 23
Footage of the bombings in via
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Sam Dagher May 23
Immediate aftermath of the bombings in Jableh footage via
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Sam Dagher May 23
Series of bombs in hit strongholds, killing dozens by
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