Tim Arango

New York Times

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Tim Arango is the Baghdad bureau chief, and former media reporter, for the New York Times.

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Dozens of Iraqi civilians were buried alive and calling for help this weekend in the city of Mosul, where the death toll could reach 200.

US ramps up in Mosul and civilian casualties rise

Dozens of Iraqi civilians were buried alive and calling for help this weekend in the city of Mosul, where the death toll could reach 200.

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This week's  brief takeover  of the Iraqi parliament in Baghdad's heavily guarded Green Zone may have been political theater, but it was part of a real-life drama that's deadly serious…

Is Iraq the Next "Failed State" in the Middle East?

This week's brief takeover of the Iraqi parliament in Baghdad's heavily guarded Green Zone may have been political theater, but it was part of a real-life drama that's deadly serious…

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Our main topic: America’s re-engagement in Iraq, as the Islamic State threatens the stability of that country.

New Iraqi Prime Minister Named, But Maliki Not Leaving

Our main topic: America’s re-engagement in Iraq, as the Islamic State threatens the stability of that country.

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