Liz Sly The Washington Post

'Liz Sly The Washington Post' - 45 News Result(s)

  • Syrian Kurds See American Betrayal And Warn Alliance Against ISIS Is Now In Doubt
    World News | Liz Sly, Sarah Dadouch and Asser Khateeb, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 8, 2019
    For the past five years, Syrian Kurds have stood alongside the United States in its effort to vanquish the Islamic State, in the process securing control over a vast area of Syria they hoped would form the nucleus of an autonomous Kurdish region.
  • UK Warship Tried To Stop Iran From Seizing Tanker, Leaked Audio Reveals
    World News | Liz Sly, William Booth, The Washington Post | Monday July 22, 2019
    A British warship tried but failed to prevent Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from seizing a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz last week, intercepted radio communications show, fueling a wave of recriminations in London on Sunday over who was to blame for the incident last week.
  • British Marines Help Seize Tanker Suspected Of Carrying Iran Oil To Syria
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Friday July 5, 2019
    British Royal Marines in fast boats and helicopters on Thursday seized a supertanker suspected of carrying Iranian oil to Syria near the Mediterranean peninsula of Gibraltar, the first such detention of a ship under the terms of European sanctions targeting supplies to Syria.
  • The Kidnapped Yazidi Children Who Don't Want To Be Rescued From ISIS
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Friday June 14, 2019
    Accounts of the wrenching scene, given by both Rasho and the girls, point to a new challenge confronting members of the Yazidi community as they try to trace nearly 3,000 Yazidis who remain unaccounted for after the territorial defeat of the terrorists.
  • ISIS Chief Talks Of Syria Defeat, Sri Lanka In First Video In 5 Years
    World News | Liz Sly, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 30, 2019
    ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared Monday in a video for the first time in five years, indicating that he has survived the territorial defeat of the caliphate he proclaimed.
  • Kalashnikov Gave The World AK-47. Now It's Making 'Suicide Drones'
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Sunday February 24, 2019
    The Russian company that gave the world the iconic AK-47 assault rifle has unveiled a suicide drone that may similarly revolutionize war by making sophisticated drone warfare technology widely and cheaply available.
  • Man Fleeing From ISIS Surrenders In Syria. He Recruited 9/11 Hijackers
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Saturday December 1, 2018
    There was nothing about the hungry, bedraggled man who surrendered at a remote desert checkpoint belonging to the United States' Kurdish allies this year to suggest he had once played a part in one of the biggest events in American history. He was limping from injuries to both knees, his beard was matted and teeming with lice, and he was fleeing fr...
  • From Travels With Bin Laden To Sparring With Princes: Khashoggi's Journey
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Monday October 8, 2018
    Perhaps nowhere in the world was the news of Donald Trump's election as president greeted with greater joy than in Saudi Arabia, whose rulers had chafed at his predecessor's outreach to their arch-foe Iran and welcomed the prospect of a Republican president more in line with Saudi thinking.
  • "Don't Forget To Run People Over": ISIS Chief In Alleged New Audio
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Thursday August 23, 2018
    The Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi resurfaced on Tuesday to deliver a message marking the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday in which he urged his followers to keep up the fight and to wage lone-wolf attacks in the West.
  • ISIS Is Making A Comeback In Iraq A Year After Baghdad Declared Victory
    World News | Liz Sly, Mustafa Salim, The Washington Post | Wednesday July 18, 2018
    The Islamic State is creeping back into parts of central Iraq just seven months after the government declared victory in the war against the group, embarking on a wave of kidnappings, assassinations and bombings that have raised fears a new cycle of insurgency is starting again.
  • Women Are The Face Of Change In Saudi Arabia - But How Far Will It Go?
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Monday June 18, 2018
    Navigating daily life in this sprawling metropolis of 7 million people requires a complicated set of calculations for the 50 percent of the population that is female. Will a man be available to drive me to this or that appointment? How will the children get to school? Which door should I use to enter this building? Which line should I join to order...
  • Syria's Assad Said To Be In 'Good' Mood, Scorns US Weaponry After Airstrikes
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Monday April 16, 2018
    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad praised Russian weaponry on Sunday as his government celebrated victory over rebels in the town where an alleged chemical attack took place, triggering U.S. airstrikes over the weekend.
  • Damascus Defiant As Trump Orders Strikes After Syria Chemical Attack
    World News | Louisa Loveluck, Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Saturday April 14, 2018
    Syria, Russia and Iran shrugged off strikes on Saturday by the United States and its allies against three Syrian chemical weapons facilities, which drew angry condemnations but no indication that there would be a wider escalation.
  • Nerve Gas Used In Syria Attack, Leaving Victims "Foaming At The Mouth", Evidence Suggests
    World News | Liz Sly, Suzan Haidamous, The Washington Post | Wednesday April 11, 2018
    The day had begun much as any other over the past two months in the rebel-held town of Douma east of the Syrian capital, Damascus. Warplanes dropped bombs, families hid in basements, and ambulances raced through empty streets to rescue the injured.
  • More Than 200 Dead In Syrian Government Airstrikes As The War Ramps Up
    World News | Louisa Loveluck, Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018
    A surge in Syrian government airstrikes has killed at least 200 people over the past two days on the outskirts of Damascus, aid agencies said Tuesday, as the Syrian war ramps up and civilians again pay the price for the failure of international efforts to resolve it.

'Liz Sly The Washington Post' - 45 News Result(s)

  • Syrian Kurds See American Betrayal And Warn Alliance Against ISIS Is Now In Doubt
    World News | Liz Sly, Sarah Dadouch and Asser Khateeb, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 8, 2019
    For the past five years, Syrian Kurds have stood alongside the United States in its effort to vanquish the Islamic State, in the process securing control over a vast area of Syria they hoped would form the nucleus of an autonomous Kurdish region.
  • UK Warship Tried To Stop Iran From Seizing Tanker, Leaked Audio Reveals
    World News | Liz Sly, William Booth, The Washington Post | Monday July 22, 2019
    A British warship tried but failed to prevent Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from seizing a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz last week, intercepted radio communications show, fueling a wave of recriminations in London on Sunday over who was to blame for the incident last week.
  • British Marines Help Seize Tanker Suspected Of Carrying Iran Oil To Syria
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Friday July 5, 2019
    British Royal Marines in fast boats and helicopters on Thursday seized a supertanker suspected of carrying Iranian oil to Syria near the Mediterranean peninsula of Gibraltar, the first such detention of a ship under the terms of European sanctions targeting supplies to Syria.
  • The Kidnapped Yazidi Children Who Don't Want To Be Rescued From ISIS
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Friday June 14, 2019
    Accounts of the wrenching scene, given by both Rasho and the girls, point to a new challenge confronting members of the Yazidi community as they try to trace nearly 3,000 Yazidis who remain unaccounted for after the territorial defeat of the terrorists.
  • ISIS Chief Talks Of Syria Defeat, Sri Lanka In First Video In 5 Years
    World News | Liz Sly, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 30, 2019
    ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared Monday in a video for the first time in five years, indicating that he has survived the territorial defeat of the caliphate he proclaimed.
  • Kalashnikov Gave The World AK-47. Now It's Making 'Suicide Drones'
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Sunday February 24, 2019
    The Russian company that gave the world the iconic AK-47 assault rifle has unveiled a suicide drone that may similarly revolutionize war by making sophisticated drone warfare technology widely and cheaply available.
  • Man Fleeing From ISIS Surrenders In Syria. He Recruited 9/11 Hijackers
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Saturday December 1, 2018
    There was nothing about the hungry, bedraggled man who surrendered at a remote desert checkpoint belonging to the United States' Kurdish allies this year to suggest he had once played a part in one of the biggest events in American history. He was limping from injuries to both knees, his beard was matted and teeming with lice, and he was fleeing fr...
  • From Travels With Bin Laden To Sparring With Princes: Khashoggi's Journey
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Monday October 8, 2018
    Perhaps nowhere in the world was the news of Donald Trump's election as president greeted with greater joy than in Saudi Arabia, whose rulers had chafed at his predecessor's outreach to their arch-foe Iran and welcomed the prospect of a Republican president more in line with Saudi thinking.
  • "Don't Forget To Run People Over": ISIS Chief In Alleged New Audio
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Thursday August 23, 2018
    The Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi resurfaced on Tuesday to deliver a message marking the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday in which he urged his followers to keep up the fight and to wage lone-wolf attacks in the West.
  • ISIS Is Making A Comeback In Iraq A Year After Baghdad Declared Victory
    World News | Liz Sly, Mustafa Salim, The Washington Post | Wednesday July 18, 2018
    The Islamic State is creeping back into parts of central Iraq just seven months after the government declared victory in the war against the group, embarking on a wave of kidnappings, assassinations and bombings that have raised fears a new cycle of insurgency is starting again.
  • Women Are The Face Of Change In Saudi Arabia - But How Far Will It Go?
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Monday June 18, 2018
    Navigating daily life in this sprawling metropolis of 7 million people requires a complicated set of calculations for the 50 percent of the population that is female. Will a man be available to drive me to this or that appointment? How will the children get to school? Which door should I use to enter this building? Which line should I join to order...
  • Syria's Assad Said To Be In 'Good' Mood, Scorns US Weaponry After Airstrikes
    World News | Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Monday April 16, 2018
    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad praised Russian weaponry on Sunday as his government celebrated victory over rebels in the town where an alleged chemical attack took place, triggering U.S. airstrikes over the weekend.
  • Damascus Defiant As Trump Orders Strikes After Syria Chemical Attack
    World News | Louisa Loveluck, Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Saturday April 14, 2018
    Syria, Russia and Iran shrugged off strikes on Saturday by the United States and its allies against three Syrian chemical weapons facilities, which drew angry condemnations but no indication that there would be a wider escalation.
  • Nerve Gas Used In Syria Attack, Leaving Victims "Foaming At The Mouth", Evidence Suggests
    World News | Liz Sly, Suzan Haidamous, The Washington Post | Wednesday April 11, 2018
    The day had begun much as any other over the past two months in the rebel-held town of Douma east of the Syrian capital, Damascus. Warplanes dropped bombs, families hid in basements, and ambulances raced through empty streets to rescue the injured.
  • More Than 200 Dead In Syrian Government Airstrikes As The War Ramps Up
    World News | Louisa Loveluck, Liz Sly, The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018
    A surge in Syrian government airstrikes has killed at least 200 people over the past two days on the outskirts of Damascus, aid agencies said Tuesday, as the Syrian war ramps up and civilians again pay the price for the failure of international efforts to resolve it.
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