Rania Abouzeid

freelance journalist

Guest

Freelance journalist in the Middle East; former correspondent for Time magazine

Rania Abouzeid on KCRW

America's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be covered from news bureaus established in Baghdad or Kabul. Syria's civil war is a different story in more ways than one.

The Story behind the News from Syria

America's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be covered from news bureaus established in Baghdad or Kabul. Syria's civil war is a different story in more ways than one.

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Syria's military regime has declared a ceasefire for the four-day Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, which begins tomorrow.

Syrian Army Agrees to Temporary Truce, but How Long Will It Last?

Syria's military regime has declared a ceasefire for the four-day Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, which begins tomorrow.

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The US has joined other countries in expelling Syria’s top diplomats, and Russia has signed a  United Nations press statement  condemning "outrageous use of force against [the]…

Houla Massacre Could Bring International Action

The US has joined other countries in expelling Syria’s top diplomats, and Russia has signed a United Nations press statement condemning "outrageous use of force against [the]…

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