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.
Workers Polish Cairo Ahead Of Obama's Visit
Obama To Visit Cairo, A Center Of Islamic Learning
Iraqi Translator, U.S. Soldier Reunited In U.S.
Internal Inquiry: Justice Dept. Officials Broke Law
Jury Sees Video Of Al-Qaida Suspect's Interrogation
Financial Stocks Lift Despite Bad Earnings
After Meetings In Iraq, Obama Travels To Jordan
Cutting Energy Costs: Little Consensus In Congress
Deborah Amos talks with Jim Zarroli on 'Morning Edition'
New Violence in Lebanon Resembles Civil War Days
Once-Socialist Damascus Displays New Wealth, Glitz
Iraqi Refugees Suffer Long-Term Effects of Torture
Syrian Church Aims to Foster Religious Dialogue
U.S.-Bound Iraqi Refugees Cleared to Leave Syria
When Iraq's Middle Class Flee, They Often Get Poor