Cairo Bureau Chief for NPR

Saudi Airstrikes Could Be Precursor To Ground Invasion In Yemen

wlrn.org — Saudi Arabia shares an 1,100-mile border with Yemen, a country quickly falling into anarchy. The Saudis have led airstrikes against rebel Houthi forces,

Saudi Airstrikes Could Be Precursor To Ground Invasion In Yemen

npr.org — Saudi Arabia shares an 1,100-mile border with Yemen, a country quickly falling into anarchy. The Saudis have led airstrikes against rebel Houthi forces, but analysts say ground forces might not be far behind.

Saudi Airstrikes Could Be Precursor To Ground Invasion In Yemen

wnyc.org — Saudi Arabia shares an 1,100-mile border with Yemen, a country quickly falling into anarchy. The Saudis have led airstrikes against rebel Houthi forces, but analysts say ground forces might not be far behind. Copyright 2015 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

A Couple Spends Their Millions To Save Migrants In The Mediterranean

wabe.org — Christopher Catrambone, a wealthy businessman from Lake Charles, La., shows me around a boat called the Phoenix, which is docked in Malta, the place he calls home these days. On a recent day, Catrambone and his team readied the Phoenix for trips out to sea that will begin in May.

A Couple Spends Their Millions To Save Migrants In The Mediterranean

kcur.org — Christopher Catrambone, a wealthy businessman from Lake Charles, La., shows me around a boat called the Phoenix, which is docked in Malta, the place he calls home these days. On a recent day, Catrambone and his team readied the Phoenix for trips out to sea that will begin in May.

A Couple Spends Their Millions To Save Migrants In The Mediterranean

wlrn.org — Christopher Catrambone, a wealthy businessman from Lake Charles, La., shows me around a boat called the Phoenix, which is docked in Malta, the place he calls home these days. On a recent day, Catrambone and his team readied the Phoenix for trips out to sea that will begin in May.

A Couple Spends Their Millions To Save Migrants In The Mediterranean

kuow.org — Christopher Catrambone, a wealthy businessman from Lake Charles, La., shows me around a boat called the Phoenix, which is docked in Malta, the place he calls home these days. On a recent day, Catrambone and his team readied the Phoenix for trips out to sea that will begin in May.

A Couple Spends Their Millions To Save Migrants In The Mediterranean

npr.org — Christopher Catrambone, a wealthy businessman from Lake Charles, La., shows me around a boat called the Phoenix, which is docked in Malta, the place he calls home these days. On a recent day, Catrambone and his team readied the Phoenix for trips out to sea that will begin in May.

A Couple Spends Their Millions To Save Migrants In The Mediterranean

wvpublic.org — Christopher Catrambone, a wealthy businessman from Lake Charles, La., shows me around a boat called the Phoenix, which is docked in Malta, the place he calls home these days. On a recent day, Catrambone and his team readied the Phoenix for trips out to sea that will begin in May.

A Couple Spends Their Millions To Save Migrants In The Mediterranean

wnyc.org — Christopher Catrambone, a wealthy businessman from Lake Charles, La., shows me around a boat called the Phoenix, which is docked in Malta, the place he calls home these days. On a recent day, Catrambone and his team readied the Phoenix for trips out to sea that will begin in May.
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Mar 26, 2015

RT @omeisy: Exodus of inner migration now in capital Sana'a with ppl packing & moving away from Houthi locations/airstrike zones #Yemen

Mar 26, 2015

Is intervention in Yemen really the answer? If u think so, read this. What we got wrong about Yemen politico.com/magazine/story…

Mar 26, 2015

RT @Brian_Whit: Anyone who thinks bombing Yemen is a good idea should read this article by Adam Baron politico.com/magazine/story…

Mar 26, 2015

@moas_eu Thank u for letting me see and share what you do. For more info on this story n.pr/1GiL8Ar visit moas.eu

Mar 25, 2015

“There’s a fighter from every house here." Good piece from @tamerELG on.wsj.com/1BMkz25 via @WSJ

Mar 20, 2015

"How the FBI Created a Terrorist": Agency Accused of Entrapping Mentally Ill Man in Florida democracynow.org/2015/3/19/how_… via @democracynow

Mar 20, 2015

al-Araby al-Jadeed English - Lebanese families given 48 hours to leave the UAE alaraby.co.uk/english/news/f… via @alaraby_en

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