Ruth Sherlock International Correspondent, covering the Middle East

Ruth Sherlock

International Correspondent, covering the Middle East

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Syrian Government Resuming Normal Business 9 Days After Suspected Chemical Attack

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Syrian Regime Dismisses Impact Of U.S.-Led Strikes

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How The U.S. Is Prepared To Respond To Apparent Chemical Attack In Syria

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After Apparent Chemical Attack In Syria, U.S. Considers Military Action

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Images From Suspected Poison Gas Attack Show Syrians Struggling To Breathe

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Syria's Government Is Accused Of Being Behind Chemical Attack

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Syrian Government Blamed In Chemical Attack That Killed Dozens

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Syria Denies Report Of Poison Gas Attack In Eastern Ghouta

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As Syrian War Continues, Only 1 Rebel Group Remains In Eastern Ghouta

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Syrian Forces Almost Finished Retaking Rebel Areas Near Damascus

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Syrian President Bashar Assad, center, speaks with Syrian troops in newly captured areas of eastern Ghouta, near the capital Damascus, Syria, Sunday. Al-Ikhbariya TV broadcast images of Assad surrounded by soldiers on a street in eastern Ghouta, where a Syrian offensive has been underway over the past month. It was not clear where in eastern Ghouta Assad was. Syrian presidency Facebook page via AP hide caption

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Syrian presidency Facebook page via AP

Detainees stand in a hall at a detention center for migrants in Al Kararim, Libya. The North African country is a key transit spot and destination for migrants seeking employment or a path to Europe. Manu Brabo/AP hide caption

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Migrants Captured In Libya Say They End Up Sold As Slaves

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