Anne Barnard

New York Times

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Anne Barnard is the Beirut Bureau Chief for the New York Times.

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In the biggest loss for Syrian rebels since the start of the civil war five years ago, government forces claim they've taken 98% of Eastern Aleppo.

Syrian forces have control of 98% of Eastern Aleppo

In the biggest loss for Syrian rebels since the start of the civil war five years ago, government forces claim they've taken 98% of Eastern Aleppo.

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In a part of Aleppo held by insurgents, airstrikes by the Syrian government hit a hospital today killing 27 people, including three children, six staff members and other health…

Syrian Hospital Destroyed in Airstrike as Cease-Fire Unravels

In a part of Aleppo held by insurgents, airstrikes by the Syrian government hit a hospital today killing 27 people, including three children, six staff members and other health…

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After five years, this week the civil war in Syria reached new levels of violence despite talk of an international commitment to a ceasefire. This week, Aleppo.

A Portrait of Life ­­-- and Survival ­­-- in Syria

After five years, this week the civil war in Syria reached new levels of violence despite talk of an international commitment to a ceasefire. This week, Aleppo.

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