Deborah Amos Deborah Amos covers the Middle East for NPR News. Her reports can be heard on NPR's award-winning Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition.
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'A Private War' Celebrates The Courage Of Journalist Marie Colvin

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Killing Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Stirs Up Rivalries In The Middle East

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Turkish President Says Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Was 'Brutally Murdered'

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Saudi Arabians React To The Alleged Murder Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

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What's Really Known About Saudi Arabia's De Facto Ruler?

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Mohammad Alahmad, a Syrian academic, speaks at a New University in Exile Consortium event last week. Alahmad continued teaching at Raqqa University until ISIS shut down the school. "I decided to stay to help students," he said, "to continue teaching as much as we can." He and his family left Syria after the university was shut down. Ben Ferrari/The New School hide caption

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15 Women Entrepreneurs From Saudi Arabia Visit U.S. To Develop Their Pitches

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Syrian lawyer Anwar al-Bunni, who survived torture in Syrian regime jail cells, is pictured in Berlin on March 1, 2017. He is among other Syrian torture survivors, lawyers and human rights groups who have filed criminal complaints in Germany alleging crimes against humanity and war crimes committed by top officials in President Bashar Assad's regime. Michael Kappeler/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Syria's War Nearly Over, Victims Take The Battle To European Courts

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Saudi men and women browse the annual Riyadh International Book Exhibition in 2016. Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From California, A Saudi Woman Fights Her Country's Strict Male Guardianship Laws

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How This Saudi Woman Is Fighting Her Country's Male Guardianship Laws

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New Kids' Books Put A Human Face On The Refugee Crisis

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The Legacy Of An Israeli-Palestinian 'Sesame Street'

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Saudi women check out cars at an automotive exhibition for women in the Saudi capital Riyadh on May 13. Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Arrests Of Saudi Women's Rights Activists 'Point To The Limits Of Change'

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