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AP’s dedicated Yemen reporting team, comprising two Egyptians and a Yemeni journalist, is working diligently to break news and expose atrocities committed inside the war-torn country.
When crime scene investigators arrived unannounced at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey after the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, AP was ready in all formats.
AP has appointed an experienced video manager and a longtime foreign correspondent to key leadership roles overseeing all journalists in two critical news regions.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced that Baghdad correspondent Susannah George will join AP’s national security team, sending this memo to staff:
As the United States, Britain and France launched air strikes on Syria early Saturday, AP photographer Hassan Ammar, in Damascus, captured remarkable photos that ran on the front pages of some 100 newspapers across the globe.