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Roy Gutman, a Pulitzer-prize winning journalist who was based in Turkey for the past five years and now writes for The Daily Beast, spoke similarly.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Roy Gutman, a freelance reporter based in Istanbul, about his article in the Daily Beast about Turkey's leak of ...
... Center for International Reporting, is funded by the Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Foundation. Istanbul-based journalist Roy Gutman edited.1.
Special correspondent Gutman reported from Istanbul and staff writer King from Washington. Staff writer Tracy Wilkinson contributed to this ...
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Roy Gutman speaks about his coverage of the Syrian civil war to students at Stony Brook University.
In June 2015, Turkish journalist Can Dundar published photographs and posted a video on his newspaper's website showing that the ...
Roy Gutman's two Nation articles accusing the YPG of war crimes can .... Wall Street Journal correspondent Dion Nissenbaum was arrested at ...
Originally published under the title "A Response to Roy Gutman's 'Have ... fair-minded journalist would have subjected to appropriate scrutiny.
By Roy Gutman ..... Syrian journalist Mudar al-Assad (no relation to the Syrian president), who has chronicled the fighting in Hasakah, says ...
The so called "journalist" Roy Gutman is marketing an old fairy tale in three acts. It was the Syrian President Assad who created ISIS. Assad ...
HERE IS AN EYE-POPPING statistic that shows the wild demand to get a premier foreign correspondent gig: more than 400 people have applied to three open foreign correspondent jobs at NPR: Jerusalem, Beirut and Islamabad. NPR, with ... During Trump's ...
In June 2015, Turkish journalist Can Dundar published photographs and posted a video on his newspaper's website showing that the government had been secretly trucking arms to Syrian rebels and disguising the shipments as humanitarian aid deliveries.
In a two-part investigation for The Nation, published here and here, Roy Gutman has accused the Syrian Kurdish militia, the YPG, of systematically violating human rights in the area it controls.
A recent article by Roy Gutman in The Nation has generated considerable controversy, highlighting what he portrays as the more unsavory and neglected aspects of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) - the main Kurdish faction operating in Syria and linked ...
It reported a case in early 2015 where a journalist from the website of a news outlet affiliated with the Kurdish Unity Party was abducted by the Asayish military police, beaten with iron bars, and had a finger cut off.
... People's Protection Units (YPG), have been systematic violators of human rights in northern Syria and the situation was played down by the administration of U.S.
There was no independent, active civil society before 2011, "yet today hundreds of organisations running healthcare, education and relief services exist in areas liberated from... the regime", Leila al-Shami, a British-Syrian writer and human rights ...
"People had thought that ISIS had come to help the FSA, but instead they moved around the whole province, kicking the FSA out of all its positions," said Samir al-Ahmad, a Turkey-based Arab journalist from Hasakah, who has closely watched the events.
The research for Danger Zone drew largely on interviews with 32 journalists worldwide, including New Zealand's Jon Stephenson, the country's only "war correspondent" but nobody from the Asia-Pacific. Twenty four of the journalists agreed to be named in ...
RASHIDIN, Syria -- Samira Sabagh was sitting on the ground when I met her, and the first thing I noticed was that her hands and face were almost black.
So I stopped playing the journalist, put down my camera and microphone, and placed my hand on his shoulder to comfort him. He started to tell me what happened when .... arrest us and carry out revenge." Roy Gutman contributed to this article from Istanbul.
This is the first time the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for an attack in Turkey, observes Roy Gutman at The Daily Beast.
Prior to becoming POLITICO's senior Washington correspondent, Anna was the co-author of the daily newsletter, POLITICO Influence, considered a must-read on K Street.
Turkey's ruling party on Saturday proposed constitutional changes that would substantially increase presidential power, a move that comes months after a failed coup.
The so called "journalist" Roy Gutman is marketing an old fairy tale in three acts. It was the Syrian President Assad who created ISIS.
Funding for this project was provided by the Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Foundation. Istanbul-based journalist Roy Gutman edited.
Washington DC, United States (Kurdistan24) - Iran is a key player with regards to Kurdistan's independence and is opposed to the breakup of Iraq, according to an American author and journalist. Roy Gutman, an American author and journalist, spoke to ...
In the sea of misinformation sloshing around the Western media during the Yugoslav civil wars, Serbs fared the worst. As a rule, they were accused even of atrocities that never happened, or were committed by others.
The European Union on Wednesday criticized Turkey for democratic "backsliding" after an attempted coup and warned that its candidacy for membership in the bloc was in jeopardy if a crackdown on the judiciary, parliament and the media were not reversed.
As bombs rain down on Aleppo, one family struggles to survive - and wonders whether help will ever come. By Roy GutmanRoy Gutman, formerly McClatchy Middle East bureau chief, is a freelance writer based in Istanbul. October 16, 2016; facebook twitter ...
As bombs rain down on Aleppo, one family struggles to survive - and wonders whether help will ever come. By Roy GutmanRoy Gutman, formerly McClatchy Middle East bureau chief, is a freelance writer based in Istanbul. October 16, 2016; facebook twitter ...
"The Mideast may be the biggest immediate foreign policy challenge for the next president," said Roy Gutman, an independent U.S.
"The Mideast may be the biggest immediate foreign policy challenge for the next president," said Roy Gutman, an independent U.S.
Roy Gutman is a former foreign correspondent for McClatchy and Newsday. "One of the problems in covering refugees arriving in Greece or leaving Turkey is that these people are actually the better off of the people in Syria," Gutman said.
Panelists: Roy Gutman, freelance journalist and former foreign editor and correspondent, McClatchy and Newsday; Ned Parker, enterprise reporter, Reuters, and former Edward R. Murrow Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; Reza, photojournalist, National ...
Times staff writer Hennessy-Fiske reported from Cairo and special correspondent Bulos from Irbil, Iraq. Special correspondent Roy Gutman in Istanbul, Turkey, contributed to this report. ALSO. The Syria cease-fire, the rebels and the government of ...
Russian president Vladimir Putin listens to a journalist's question during a news conference after a CIS (Commonwealth Of Independent States, former Soviet republics) summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Saturday, Sept.
"You don't always know what territory you're going into if you're a journalist going to cover these things, and so there's a lot of negotiation and navigation that wasn't present in the past," Armoudian said.
Not only do many rebel-controlled parts of the country struggle to find basic food, Bashar al-Assad's government forces appear to frequently target bakeries and people seeking out their daily bread, Roy Gutman and Paul Raymond reported for McClatchy DC ...
[Reuters]. The Syrian "scorecard" today is very different from that of a few weeks ago, Roy Gutman and Michael Weiss write at The Daily Beast.
Valerie Szybala, a researcher working for a non-profit group, captured the chilling reality of those leaving Darayya when she told Roy Gutman, the intrepid reporter of the Daily Beast, "you know the situation is bad when you hope that it is ethnic ...
Taub is a contributing writer with the New Yorker, where he authored the recent articles "The Assad Files" (on documentation tying the regime to mass torture and killings) and "The Shadow Doctors" (on regime targeting of doctors and hospitals ...
Former McClatchy newsman Roy Gutman, back briefly from freelancing in Istanbul since McClatchy shuttered its foreign bureaus last year, sardonically told City Paper at Thursday night's National Press Club Awards, "Aleppo is a barrel of laughs.
As Assad regime forces close down on the city of rebel-held Aleppo, the international community has remained silent, writes Roy Gutman for the Daily Beast. Defeat in Aleppo would "devastate" the rebellion, but without foreign support, the rebels are ...
Three helicopters deposited more than two dozen soldiers in red berets and camouflage uniforms, according to Ali Gundogan, a local journalist who had come on his motorbike and climbed over a hotel wall. ... Gutman is a special correspondent. ALSO.
Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum, the hosts of "America's Newsroom," will lead coverage for Fox News from the convention floor along with chief political correspondent Carl Cameron. Greta Van Susteren and Megyn Kelly will host their shows live, and ...
His speech will not be ad-libbed, Manafort said, noting that experienced speechwriters are assisting the campaign's in-house writer Stephen Miller and are currently on a third or fourth draft of the remarks but that the candidate himself is closely ...
--"The ISIS Correspondent," by Isaac Chotiner in Slate: "The New York Times' Rukmini Callimachi on the group's ruthless tactics, the perils of getting close to dangerous sources, and the emotional toll of reporting on terrorism.
Special correspondent Johnson reported from Ankara and Farooq from Istanbul. Special correspondent Roy Gutman contributed from Istanbul.
Whatever type of journalist we are, whether it be in the Entertainment business or as professional journalists, we always have the consequences of the way that we present fact and information.


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