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Bob Drogin

Bob Drogin is deputy bureau chief and national security editor in the Washington, D.C., bureau. He joined the Los Angeles Times in 1983 as a national correspondent in New York City, and later served as bureau chief in Manila and Johannesburg. He has won or shared numerous awards, including a Pulitzer Prize for meritorious service, two Robert F. Kennedy Awards, and two Overseas Press Club awards.
In Fez, Morocco, an oasis amid the bedlam of the ancient medina

Dar Seffarine, named for the nearby brass market, counteracts of the hustle and bustle of the Fez medina, the vast labyrinth of souks, mosques, fountains and more in the cultural and religious center of Morocco.

'Casablanca' lives on at Rick's Cafe

Rick’s Cafe is the re-creation of something that never was: Rick’s Café Américain, the smoky, intrigue-filled nightclub built in Hollywood for “Casablanca,” the timeless film of love, betrayal and schmaltz in the terrible early days of World War II. It's well worth a visit.

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