Martin Chulov

The Guardian

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Middle East correspondent for the Guardian

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The Obama Administration is back in the Middle East more deeply than ever.

US and Allies Carry Out Airstrikes in Syria

The Obama Administration is back in the Middle East more deeply than ever.

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The jihadist Islamic State that now controls much of Iraq has trapped at least 40,000 members of the Yazidi sect—one of that country’s oldest minorities.

Islamist Advance in Iraqi Kurdistan Sparks New Humanitarian

The jihadist Islamic State that now controls much of Iraq has trapped at least 40,000 members of the Yazidi sect—one of that country’s oldest minorities.

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This weekend the militant Islamic group ISIS captured two major border crossings and 4 cities in the north and west of Iraq.

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This weekend the militant Islamic group ISIS captured two major border crossings and 4 cities in the north and west of Iraq.

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