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Nabih Bulos

Nabih Bulos is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times based in the Middle East. Over the last six years, he has covered the aftermath of the so-called “Arab Spring” revolutions in the region, where his work has taken him to Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and Yemen as well as on the migrant trail through the Balkans and northern Europe.  A  Fulbright scholar, Bulos is also a concert violinist who has performed with Daniel Barenboim, Valeri Gergyev and Bono.
With peace on the horizon in Syria, this Christian city grapples with its decision to back the government

Only reluctantly had Mhardeh, a predominantly Christian city of 23,000 people, sided with the government in the war. But it was a choice that put the once-sleepy suburban city on the front lines and isolated it from its Sunni neighbors.

Saudi prosecutor seeks death penalty for five suspects in Jamal Khashoggi’s killing

Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor said the highest-level official behind the killing is Saudi former deputy intelligence chief Ahmed Asiri.

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