Neil Macfarquhar The New York Times

'Neil Macfarquhar The New York Times' - 4 News Result(s)

  • Putin Unexpectedly Orders Russian Forces Out of Syria
    World News | Neil Macfarquhar and Anne Barnard, The New York Times | Tuesday March 15, 2016
    The order from President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia came as the United Nations has sought to resume peace talks to end the war, entering its sixth year.
  • Moammar Gaddafi: An erratic leader, brutal and defiant to the end
    World News | Neil MacFarquhar, The New York Times | Thursday October 20, 2011
    Colonel Moammar el-Gaddafi, who ruled Libya for 42 years, died on Thursday as his last stronghold fell to the Libyan forces that drove him from power, officials of Libya's transitional government said. There were conflicting initial reports of the specific circumstances of his death: some said he was killed in Sirte, his hometown; others said he di...
  • Arab conflicts: Saudi Royals spend billions to buy peace
    World News | Neil MacFarquhar, The New York Times | Thursday June 9, 2011
    As one nation after another has battled uprisings across the Arab world, the one major country spared is also its richest -- Saudi Arabia, where a fresh infusion of money has so far bought order. The kingdom is spending $130 billion to pump up salaries, build housing and finance religious organizations, among other outlays, effectively neutralizing...
  • Answering the public, Egypt names a new cabinet
    World News | Neil Macfarquhar and Mona el-Naggar, New York Times | Monday March 7, 2011
    Egypt's interim prime minister appointed a new caretaker cabinet on Sunday, answering a public demand to eliminate most ministers with links to former President Hosni Mubarak, even as protesters nationwide continued to try to storm the offices of hated institutions.Egyptians were riveted by a trove of secret police documents seized while protesters...

'Neil Macfarquhar The New York Times' - 4 News Result(s)

  • Putin Unexpectedly Orders Russian Forces Out of Syria
    World News | Neil Macfarquhar and Anne Barnard, The New York Times | Tuesday March 15, 2016
    The order from President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia came as the United Nations has sought to resume peace talks to end the war, entering its sixth year.
  • Moammar Gaddafi: An erratic leader, brutal and defiant to the end
    World News | Neil MacFarquhar, The New York Times | Thursday October 20, 2011
    Colonel Moammar el-Gaddafi, who ruled Libya for 42 years, died on Thursday as his last stronghold fell to the Libyan forces that drove him from power, officials of Libya's transitional government said. There were conflicting initial reports of the specific circumstances of his death: some said he was killed in Sirte, his hometown; others said he di...
  • Arab conflicts: Saudi Royals spend billions to buy peace
    World News | Neil MacFarquhar, The New York Times | Thursday June 9, 2011
    As one nation after another has battled uprisings across the Arab world, the one major country spared is also its richest -- Saudi Arabia, where a fresh infusion of money has so far bought order. The kingdom is spending $130 billion to pump up salaries, build housing and finance religious organizations, among other outlays, effectively neutralizing...
  • Answering the public, Egypt names a new cabinet
    World News | Neil Macfarquhar and Mona el-Naggar, New York Times | Monday March 7, 2011
    Egypt's interim prime minister appointed a new caretaker cabinet on Sunday, answering a public demand to eliminate most ministers with links to former President Hosni Mubarak, even as protesters nationwide continued to try to storm the offices of hated institutions.Egyptians were riveted by a trove of secret police documents seized while protesters...
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