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Tim Arango
I am the Baghdad Bureau Chief of The New York Times.
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Nicola Careem May 19
Must read by on why fall of weakens Abadi and strengthens Maliki
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The Takeaway May 19
On Air NOW: weighs in on the fight to save Ramadi from . LIVE:
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Tim Arango May 19
Via : Self-Declared Islamic State Takes Iraqi City Of Ramadi
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Tim Arango May 18
Fall of Ramadi to ISIS Highlights Iraqi Premier’s Weakening Authority, via
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New York Times World May 18
The fall of Ramadi, Iraq, is the biggest victory so far this year for ISIS, writes.
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Steven Lee Myers May 18
The Islamic State seized Ramadi in four days. And the US plays down significance of its advance. By
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Ben Hubbard May 17
Key Iraqi City Falls to ISIS as Last of Security Forces Flee - and Ramadi is gone
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Jon Williams May 17
Despite all evidence to contrary, US military claiming Ramadi "contested". Defensive & reorganization = retreat
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Tim Arango May 17
Key Iraqi City Falls to ISIS as Last of Security Forces Flee, via
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cale salih May 15
Fighters Seize Government Headquarters in ,
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The New York Times May 15
ISIS fighters seized the main government headquarters in Ramadi, the capital of Iraq’s western Anbar Province
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Ali Khedery May 15
A tragic setback for the many heroic Iraqis and Afghans awaiting SIVs after selfless service
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rickgladstone May 15
ISIS fighters seize government HQ and main police building in Ramadi, Iraq. City at risk of falling
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tom keene May 12
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Max Abrahms May 9
New York Times sets record straight that most allegations of Shia militia atrocities in Tikrit "did not materialize" .
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Ahmed Ali May 9
Another recommended balanced and unsensationalist dispatch from Salah ad-Din and Tikrit.
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Tim Arango May 9
After Iraqis Wrest Tikrit From ISIS, Sectarian and Tribal Tensions Persist, via
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Nick Schifrin May 8
"This is evidence we have the will to live.” Lovely piece on Cellist of Baghdad and art amid destruction
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Kareem Fahim May 7
"Across the Shiite south of Iraq, it seems in every house there is a story of tragedy."
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Tim Arango May 6
Massacre Site in Iraq Becomes Monument to Suffering for Shiites, via
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