Stephen Farrell

New York Times

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Reporter for the New York Times, formerly based in the Middle East and Afghanistan

Stephen Farrell 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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In Baghdad today, a suicide bomber killed dozens of people at an army recruiting office and injured many more.

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Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish players overcame social odds to form the Iraqi national soccer team. Then they won an unlikely victory at the Asian Cup.

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