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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.
In Syria, another suicide blast targets U.S. forces and Israel attacks Iranian troops

Suicide bombing leaves no U.S. casualties, but the second attack in a week hints at the instability after a prospective U.S. withdrawal from Syria.

Islamic State claims Syria bombing that killed 2 U.S. troops, 2 workers for Defense Department

A bombing claimed by Islamic State in the Syrian city of Manbij on Wednesday killed two U.S. service members, a Defense Department contractor and a civilian Defense worker, the Pentagon said. The same day, Vice President Mike Pence claimed "ISIS has been defeated."

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