• Syrian conflict ‘was existential’ from the very beginning, says author

    Syrian conflict ‘was existential’ from the very beginning, says author

    Apr 10, 2018 06:20 PM EST

    ... that they will be safe and that they will come home. It's in the small things. But that's where it starts. William Brangham: All right, the book is "No Turning Back: Life, Loss, and Hope in Wartime Syria." Rania Abouzeid, thank you very much. Rania Abouzeid: :Thank you.

  • Relentless bombing kills dozens in Aleppo; residents are starved for aid

    Relentless bombing kills dozens in Aleppo; residents are starved for aid

    Nov 29, 2016 07:27 PM EST

    ... left you alone to face your doom." RANIA ABOUZEID, Journalist, New America Fellow: You know, the Syrian rebels have always felt abandoned. MARGARET WARNER: Journalist Rania Abouzeid in Beirut keeps in contact with Western-backed rebel commanders. RANIA ABOUZEID: They felt abandoned by an international community that said Assad must ...

  • What’s fueling and funding the insurgents behind the violence in Iraq?

    What’s fueling and funding the insurgents behind the violence in Iraq?

    Jun 16, 2014 08:23 PM EST

    ... example, where it has been able to rebuild some relationships with tribal groups and other Sunni militant organizations that it had alienated previously. GWEN IFILL: Rania Abouzeid, who pays for all this? How did this organization suddenly bloom? Or, at least to us, it seems sudden. RANIA ABOUZEID: Well, in ...

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    Seeing Syria's Islamist fighters through the eyes of a journalist

    Dec 09, 2013 06:29 PM EST

    As the civil war has ground on, radicalization among Syrian rebels has grown and foreign jihadist fighters have come across the Arab and Muslim world. Margaret Warner talks to journalist Rania Abouzeid about her insight on various rebel groups and why al-Qaida-linked forces have gained ascendancy in the ...

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    Syria Massacre: Violence Spills Into Neighboring Lebanon

    May 28, 2012 05:54 PM EST

    // A massacre of more than 100 people in Houla, Syria, over the weekend is causing violence to spike in Lebanon, where Time magazine's Rania Abouzeid is reporting. She described this and other fallout from the fighting to Ray Suarez on Monday. The conflict in Syria has spurred sectarian ...

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    In Syria, Assad 'Formidable Regime' to Pull Apart

    May 28, 2012 05:23 PM EST

    Time's Rania Abouzeid reports from Beirut, Lebanon, on the fallout from the massacre in Houla, Syria.

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    In Syria, 'Much Skepticism' as Assad's Guns Fall Mostly Silent

    Apr 12, 2012 06:20 PM EST

    ... the crisis with Time Magazine's Rania Abouzeid, reporting from Beirut. ... JEFFREY BROWN: A short time, Margaret Warner got an update from Time magazine correspondent Rania Abouzeid in Beirut. MARGARET WARNER: Rania Abouzeid, thank you for joining us. What's been the reaction on the ground inside Syria from people ...

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    Leading Activist: Free Syrian Army Needs Weapons to Defend Citizens

    Mar 01, 2012 06:05 PM EST

    ... their orders from Colonel Riad al-Asaad in Turkey. They sometimes, you know, inform them of operations after the fact. So the divisions are varied and they're many. RAY SUAREZ: Rania Abouzeid of Time magazine joined us from Beirut. Rania, good to talk to you. RANIA ABOUZEID: Thank you.

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    Assad Running out of Friends, but China, Russia Still Among Allies

    Feb 07, 2012 06:27 PM EST

    As violence continued Tuesday in Homs, Syria, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov visited with top Syrian leaders in Damascus. Ray Suarez discusses Syria's ongoing bloodshed and President Assad's remaining allies with Rania Abouzeid of Time Magazine. ... RAY SUAREZ: I'm joined by Rania Abouzeid, who's ...

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    In Syria, Reports of 'Daily Double-Digit Death Tolls'

    Jan 27, 2012 06:30 PM EST

    ... Iranians -- Iranian engineers who were kidnapped by -- quote, unquote -- "terrorists" in late December. So we have two very different versions of the story. And the truth is -- certainly lies somewhere in between. MARGARET WARNER: Rania Abouzeid, thank you so much for joining us. And stay safe. RANIA ABOUZEID: Thank you.

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