Articles by Anthony Shadid

Islamists Gain Clout on U.S. Failures

  • 23 January 07
  • The Washington Post
With a certain satisfaction, Lebanese journalist Michael Young watched a local station broadcast images seen across the world on April 9, 2003: the toppling of Saddam Hussein's statue in Firdaus Square, its reverberations rumbling across a stunned Middle East.

Making the Best Out of War-Torn Lebanon

  • 08 August 06
  • The Washington Post
Physician Ghassan Hammoud leaned into the phone Sunday, one hand to his ear, the other gesturing.

Lebanon Beats With Pulse of Insurgency

  • 13 June 06
  • The Washington Post
Abu Haritha still carries traces of the battles he fought in Iraq, 800 kilometers away.

In Cairo, Demonstrators Riven by Different Aims

  • 22 July 05
  • The Washington Post
The whistle was blown at 5:45 p.m., a call for the crowd assembled Wednesday to gather along Ramsis Street, one of Cairo's busiest.

Kurd Forces Abduct Minorities

  • 16 June 05
  • The Washington Post
Police and security units, led by Kurdish political parties and backed by the U.S. military, have abducted hundreds of minority Arabs and Turkmens in this intensely volatile city and spirited them to prisons in Kurdish-held northern Iraq, say U.S. and Iraqi officials, government documents and families of the victims.

Al-Jazeera Set for Rivalry in Arabic News Market

  • 12 February 03
  • The Washington Post
A Saudi-owned company plans to launch an around-the-clock satellite news channel to compete directly with al-Jazeera, in time, it hopes, for war in Iraq.

Sudan Loses Ground and Loyalty to Rebel Army

Resort Town on Alert For Meeting Attendees

Resort Town on Alert For Meeting Attendees