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Sudarsan Raghavan

Cairo Bureau Chief — The Washington Post
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Cairo Bureau Chief for The Washington Post. Previously based in Baghdad, Kabul, Nairobi, Madrid and Johannesburg. Instagram:raghavanwashpost

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@raghavanWaPo — 5,558 followers, 2,341 tweets

Nov 21, 2017

RT @CraigMWhitlock: This just raises more questions about what happened in Niger. Was Sgt Johnson captured alive? How was he killed? 

Nov 21, 2017

#Robert #Mugabe has resigned. In my two decades plus of covering Africa, including the travails of #Zimbabwe, I never thought I would see this day. Hopes and prayers for all #Zimbabweans. May you see real change and not more of the same.

Nov 21, 2017

“The enemy can see you. But you can’t see the enemy.” In the area where 4 U.S. soldiers were killed, Islamist militants exploited poverty and govt neglect, creating sympathizers and spies. A key question for U.S. investigators: Was the U.S. intel faulty?

Nov 21, 2017

RT @t_mcconnell: “The government can’t protect us. That’s why we collaborate with the jihadists”: @raghavanWaPo in #Niger 

Nov 21, 2017

“That’s why we collaborate with the jihadists." In Niger's lawless border region, where 4 U.S. soldiers died last month, poverty, climate change, govt. neglect help push villagers into the arms of extremists. Were the U.S. soldiers aware of the threat?

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