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.
Once-Socialist Damascus Displays New Wealth, Glitz
Iraqi Militias Target Women
Iraqi Refugees Suffer Long-Term Effects of Torture
U.S. Wary of Warming Syrian-Turkish Ties
For Iraqi Refugees, Art May Be Avenue to New Life
Syrian Church Aims to Foster Religious Dialogue
U.S.-Bound Iraqi Refugees Cleared to Leave Syria
Hopes Rise for Improved U.S.-Syria Relations
When Iraq's Middle Class Flee, They Often Get Poor
More Iraqi Refugees Returning from Syria
Lawmakers Lobby to Bring Iraqi Translators to U.S.
Millions Stranded by the War in Iraq
Yankees' Torre Rejects Pay Cut, Short Contract
Bhutto's Return to Pakistan Marred by Bombing
Bhutto Welcomed in Karachi, Pakistan