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Tim Arango
I am the Baghdad Bureau Chief of The New York Times.
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Tim Arango Jan 15
In ‘Dark at the Crossing,’ a Former Soldier Gets Close to the Enemy
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Mujib Mashal Jan 13
...one wishes the snow in Kabul today will bring a little of what it did in Istanbhl, as beautifully described by .
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Ellen Barry Jan 12
Perfectly beautiful piece on a snowstorm in Istanbul, & the way the natural world can calm human frenzy.
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Deniz Sonmez-Alpan Jan 12
My mom (living in Istanbul) said the same exact thing over the weekend. Incredible. Thank you
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Tim Arango Jan 12
inshallah it will recover soon
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Anne-Sophie Bolon Jan 12
Snow was just what Istanbul needed. Lovely piece by , with gorgeous photos chosen by
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Tim Arango Jan 11
This is just flat out not true.
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Elizabeth Tsurkov Jan 11
I confirm I have no ties to my grandmother
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Elmira Bayrasli Jan 11
Lovely piece Snow in Istanbul Soothes as a Balm for Fear Over Attacks
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Tim Arango Jan 11
Snow in Istanbul Soothes as a Balm for Fear Over Attacks, via
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CPJ Jan 8
Thank you Meryl Streep for your support of CPJ and at the . Donations can be made online
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Dave Itzkoff Jan 8
The portion of that Meryl Streep speech that stunned and silenced the Golden Globes.
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Marc Pierini Jan 7
Thoughtful analysis of terrorism in by & in
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Tim Arango Jan 7
Istanbul: A Magical Place Before The Violence Began - Vogue
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Seema Jilani Jan 6
. does it again with this great insight.
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Tim Arango Jan 6
In Turkey’s Unrest, Some See an Extreme Version of Post-9/11 America, via
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Tim Arango Jan 6
Detained in Turkey: A Journal Reporter’s Story
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Kareem Fahim Jan 4
"darkness and seeming absurdity, growing fears of violence and expressions of xenophobia set next to repressions."
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Emre Deliveli Jan 5
In , U.S. Hand Is Seen in Nearly Every Crisis by 's . That's why we can't solve crises:(
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Jennifer Hattam Jan 4
In , "a mix of darkness and seeming absurdity", writes
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