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Anthony Shadid

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Beirut Bureau Chief for the New York Times; two-time Pulitzer Prize winning correspondent (2004 and 2010) for the Washington Post, and author of Night Draws Near: Iraq's People in the Shadow of America's War and Legacy of the Prophet: Despots, Democrats, and the New Politics of Islam

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The US State Department  announced  today that the United States has "suspended operations of our embassy in Damascus" and all American personnel have left the country because of…

US Closes Embassy in Syria after Bloody Weekend

The US State Department announced today that the United States has "suspended operations of our embassy in Damascus" and all American personnel have left the country because of…

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Syria is conducting bloody repression of its own people without interference.

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Syria is conducting bloody repression of its own people without interference.

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The government of Syria is using tanks and other weapons to quash dissent by killing its own people. The international community, so far, is standing by.

Syria, Libya and the Future of NATO

The government of Syria is using tanks and other weapons to quash dissent by killing its own people. The international community, so far, is standing by.

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