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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Anthony Shadid

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Anthony Shadid

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Anthony Shadid

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Anthony Shadid

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Shadid is Islamic affairs correspondent for The Washington Post. For more than a year now he has reported from Baghdad and has just returned to the United States. He just received the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting. Before working for the Post, Shadid was a correspondent at The Boston Globe's Washington bureau. He spent nine years with The Associated Press, five of them in Cairo. He is the author of Legacy of the Prophet: Despots, Democrats, and the New Politics of Islam. In the spring of 2002, he was shot by Israeli troops in Ramallah while covering a story for the Globe.

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