Hassan Fattah

Middle East Correspondent, New York Times

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Middle East Correspondent for the New York Times

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Lebanese troops and tanks have surrounded a Palestinian refugee camp just south of Tripoli, and continued the artillery shelling that killed 50 people yesterday.  Some 30,000 people…

Dozens Slain as Lebanese Army Fights Islamic Militants

Lebanese troops and tanks have surrounded a Palestinian refugee camp just south of Tripoli, and continued the artillery shelling that killed 50 people yesterday.  Some 30,000 people…

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Despite President Bush's objections, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi met today in Damascus with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.  Afterward, Pelosi told reporters she "expressed concern"…

Speaker Pelosi Conducts Her Own Diplomacy in Syria

Despite President Bush's objections, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi met today in Damascus with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.  Afterward, Pelosi told reporters she "expressed concern"…

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Iran
today abruptly announced the release of 14 men and one woman captured in
disputed waters a week and a half ago. Britain did not concede they
trespassed on Iranian waters.    …

Iran's Ahmadinejad Announces Release of British Captives

Iran today abruptly announced the release of 14 men and one woman captured in disputed waters a week and a half ago. Britain did not concede they trespassed on Iranian waters.   …

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