The article compared the Washington Post
's coverage of attacks on Charlie Hebdo to attacks on security personnel in Sinai and Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria.
Lazaro, visited a refugee camp in Turkey and said that they were profoundly affected by what they saw: Thousands of Syrian refugees, many of them children, all crowded together in a sea of small tents," The Washington Post
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An article in the Post said the agreed deal transfers the newspaper and other assets from the Washington Post
On the other hand, Bezos, the founder of US online retailer Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN), stated that he would preserve the values of the The Washington Post
paper as he understood its role in Washington, DC.
Donald Graham, the chairman and CEO of the Washington Post
Co, said in an interview that he and his niece Katharine Weymouth, the Post's publisher, made the decision to put the newspaper up for sale earlier this year after looking at its financial forecasts.
The map indicates Israel's deep concern regarding relations between Syria and Hizbullah, according to the Washington Post
, which cites Israeli officials as having said in interviews that most of Hizbullah's weapons are secretly transferred from arms depots near Damascus to facilities in southern Lebanon.
Summary: Washington - A senior researcher for Human Rights Watch (HRW), Peter Bouckaert, "largely supported" the death toll reported by Moroccan authorities following vandalism acts in Laayoune city, The Washington Post
said on Wednesday.
The Washington Post
and Bloomberg will launch a global news service, The Washington Post
News Service with Bloomberg News, which will feature 120 news stories a day from both sources.
After a year of planning, The Washington Post
expects to complete the merger of its print and online operations by Jan.
Recent rumblings from the Washington Post
suggest that new executive editor Marcus Brauchli may close down Book World, leaving The New York Times Book Review as the last remaining stand-alone section devoted to books.