Articles by Doug Struck

Arrest of Alleged Spy Has Canada Abuzz

  • 28 November 06
  • The Washington Post
The man carried crib sheets -- index cards scribbled with reminders of key dates in Canadian history. But he is a real Russian spy, Canadian authorities insist, real enough for them to deem him a threat to national security.

Ghost Town to Become Millionaire's Candyshop

  • 02 August 05
  • The Washington Post
The Millionaire Who Bought a Town likes to save a buck. He breakfasts at McDonald's, flies economy class and asks for a doggie bag when he doesn't finish his meal at motel restaurants.

Taliban's Retreat Puts Recruits From Pakistan in Dire Straits

  • 12 November 01
  • The Washington Post
When Afghan opposition forces came racing on horseback and foot into the ancient city of Mazar-i-Sharif, they suddenly discovered how quickly Taliban fighters had abandoned the town.

Japan Waits in Fear For Next Earthquake

Nuns Hid Timorese From Militias

'Owner' of Inaugural Emblem Promises to Let Clinton Use It

U.S. Sells Image of Terrorist Iran, Few Buy It

Golan Heights Fire Israelis' Internal Struggle