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Tim Arango
I am the Baghdad Bureau Chief of The New York Times. tarango@nytimes.com
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New York Times World Jun 22
A landmark mosque is destroyed. Iraq blames the Islamic State. The Islamic State blames the United States.
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Tim Arango Jun 21
ISIS Destroys Al Nuri Mosque, Another Loss for Mosul, via
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Tim Arango Jun 10
Home... The Pastoral Isles of Lake Champlain, via
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Tim Arango Jun 9
Will Iraq's Shia Militias Give Iran a 'Road to the Sea'? | The National Interest
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Tim Arango Jun 9
Great piece Thousands of Iraqis have fled Mosul, but this American family moved in - The Washington Post
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Max Fisher Jun 7
Iran condemned 9/11 and held huge rallies expressing sympathy for the US. They could rise above to condemn terror, but I guess we cannot.
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Mark Lowen Jun 5
Today is birthday of award-winning French photographer . He spends it in detention in since 4 weeks. For no reason
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Justin Marozzi Jun 4
Resilient Iraqis demonstrate the only way to respond to a terrorist attack
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Poynter May 31
These fake ‘fact-checkers’ are peddling lies about genocide and censorship in Turkey:
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Alex Emmons May 30
Watch as Stuart Jones, a high-level acting official in the State Dept, is asked why they criticize Iranian elections but never Saudi Arabia:
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Ben Kesling May 30
Replying to @bkesling
4/4..The reality of life in Baghdad is daily bombings. Today just happens to be a day where the world is paying attention.
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New York Times World May 30
Out for ice cream, children are among the dead in ISIS attacks in Baghdad.
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Hayder al-Khoei May 29
Replying to @Hayder_alKhoei
No city on earth has been attacked like Baghdad. No city on earth is as resilient as Baghdad.
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Loveday Morris May 29
Great story by on the French special forces hunting down foreign fighters in Iraq
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Sarhang Hamasaeed May 29
During recent visit 2 team found very high Sunni expectations of strong US military return w/ mega projects via big companies.
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Lizzie Porterلِيزِّي May 29
Top piece by on Iraqi rd to Jordan: US plans for road-trip style highway behind Iran's latest suspicions
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Kirk H. Sowell May 29
Replying to @tarangoNYT
Also in the last issue our feature on Anbar discussed this project to rebuild the int'l highway.
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Michael Roston May 28
The geopolitics of an Iraqi toll road. Wild story by
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DavidKenner May 28
Great article by about how a highway through Anbar became a flashpoint in the US-Iran rivalry.
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Ali Hadi Al-Musawi May 28
Conspiracy theories aside, the US wants to reestablish its alliance with Anbar's Sunni tribes by offering them lucrative subcontracts
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