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Dina Temple-Raston - 2014
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Dina Temple-Raston

Counterterrorism Correspondent

Dina Temple-Raston is NPR's counter-terrorism correspondent and has been reporting from all over the world for the network's news magazines since 2007.

She recently completed a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University where she studied the intersection of Big Data and intelligence.

Prior to NPR, Temple-Raston was a longtime foreign correspondent for Bloomberg News in Asia and served as Bloomberg's White House correspondent during the Clinton Administration. She has written four books, including The Jihad Next Door: Rough Justice in the Age of Terror, about the Lackawanna Six terrorism case. She is a frequent contributor to the PBS Newshour, a regular reviewer of national security books for the Washington Post Book World, and also contributes to the New Yorker, WNYC's Radiolab, the TLS, and the Columbia Journalism Review, among others.

She is a graduate of Northwestern University and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, and she has an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Manhattanville College.

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Investigation Continues Into Attack On Istanbul Airport

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Investigators Provide More Background On Orlando Nightclub Shooter

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Orlando Shooter Watched Online Extremist Propaganda, Authorities Say

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Authorities Continue Investigation Into Orlando Nightclub Shooting

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The Latest On The Orlando Attacks, Deadliest Mass Shooting In U.S. History

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Protesters gathered outside the federal courthouse in Minneapolis where three young Somali-Americans are on trial for allegedly planning to go to Syria to join the Islamic State. The demonstrators say the FBI and local law enforcement is targeting and entrapping Somali-Americans in terrorism cases. Six men have already pleaded guilty. Dina Temple-Raston / NPR hide caption

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He Was Caught Trying To Join ISIS, Now He's In Jihadi Rehab

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Opening Statements Begin In Minneapolis ISIS Recruitment Trial

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Three Somali-American men accused of plotting to join the Islamic State are on trial in Minneapolis. Fadumo Hussein (left) is the stepsister who reared one of the defendants, Guled Omar. She calls him her son and says, "we are not terrorists." Sadik Warfa (right) is a community leader in Minneapolis. Dina Temple-Raston/NPR hide caption

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A video produced by Exit-Deutschland describes the work it does to de-radicalize neo-Nazis. Hayat Germany is trying to use similar techniques to help Germans who may be radicalized by groups like the Islamic State. ExitDeutschlandVideo via YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Methods For Reforming Neo-Nazis Help Fight The Radicalization Of Muslims

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Trial To Begin For 3 Somali-Americans Accused Of Planning To Join ISIS

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The picturesque town of Odense — the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen — is one of the Danish cities battling ISIS and its recruitment efforts. Denmark has one of the worst radicalization problems in Europe. Joao Alves/Flickr hide caption

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To Stop Kids From Radicalizing, Moms In Denmark Call Other Moms

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Belgian Police Arrest Two Of Europe's Most Wanted Men

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When It Comes To Radicalization In Belgium, Turks and Moroccans Are Different

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Critics: Belgian Plan To Deradicalize Prisons Will Create More Terrorists

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