Alice Fordham
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Alice Fordham
Kainaz Amaria/NPR

Alice Fordham

International Correspondent, Beirut, Lebanon

Alice Fordham is an NPR International Correspondent based in Beirut, Lebanon.

In this role, she reports on Lebanon, Syria and many of the countries throughout the Middle East.

Before joining NPR in 2014, Fordham covered the Middle East for five years, reporting for The Washington Post, the Economist, The Times and other publications. She has worked in wars and political turmoil but also amid beauty, resilience and fun.

In 2011, Fordham was a Stern Fellow at the Washington Post. That same year she won the Next Century Foundation's Breakaway award, in part for an investigation into Iraqi prisons.

Fordham graduated from Cambridge University with a Bachelor of Arts in Classics.

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Syrian Regime Continues Massive Assault On Aleppo's Rebel Areas

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U.N. Security Council Fails To Act After Emergency Meeting On Syria

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Syrian Airstrikes Target White Helmets Volunteer Group In Aleppo

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Shaky Cease-Fire Ends In Syria With A Bang

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Despite Cease-Fire, Syrians Await Badly Needed Humanitarian Aid

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Syrian Cease-Fire Is Expected To Begin At Sundown

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New Syria Ceasefire Set To Begin Monday

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Syrians run for cover during reported government air strikes in the rebel-held town of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, on Sept. 9. Under the plan announced Friday, hostilities are to cease starting at sundown Sept. 12, the start of the Eid al-Adha holiday. Abd Doumany/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Syrian Government Accused Of Using Chlorine Gas On Civilians

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When ISIS Retreats, Turks And Kurds Renew Fighting In Syria

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Syrian Government In Control After Rebels Evacuate Daraya

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After 4-Year Siege, Rebels And Families Evacuate Darayya, Syria

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U.S.-Backed Turkish Offensive In Syria Threatens Alliance With Kurds

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Syrian women and children stage a protest against the government's siege of Daraya, outside Damascus, on March 9. The protesters demanded that President Bashar Assad's government allow humanitarian aid into the city. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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The Siege That Keeps A Rebel Town In Syria Desperate For Food Aid

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