Susan Chira

New York Times

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Assistant Managing Editor, and former Foreign Editor, at the New York Times

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For almost 20 years,  Anthony Shadid  reported on Middle East conflict for the Washington Post, Boston Globe, Associated Press and, most recently, the  New York Times .

New York Times Journalist Anthony Shadid Dies in Syria

For almost 20 years, Anthony Shadid reported on Middle East conflict for the Washington Post, Boston Globe, Associated Press and, most recently, the New York Times .

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