Greg Myre

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The ragged border crossing that could become Gaza's lifeline

Monday, October 16, 2023

The Rafah border crossing is a modest, isolated outpost at the southern end of the Gaza Strip. Yet it could be a critical lifeline as Gazans face a growing humanitarian crisis.

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Israel is expected to launch a ground invasion of Gaza, aiming to eliminate Hamas

Saturday, October 14, 2023

Israel is massing a huge military force just outside the Gaza Strip for what is expected to be a major ground invasion. It has tried and failed in the past to eliminate Hamas' military capabilities.

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The fight between Israel and Hamas has implications for other countries.

Thursday, October 12, 2023

The latest eruption of Mideast violence is a fight between Israel and Hamas. But the U.S., Iran and Egypt are among the many countries with a major stake in the outcome.

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Many wonder how Israel intel missed attack prep as U.S. sends forces to Mediterranean

Monday, October 09, 2023

Israel and Hamas are waging one of their deadliest clashes as the U.S. moves naval forces into the Mediterranean Sea. Questions persist about why Israel was caught so unprepared in the assault.

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How were Hamas militants able to carry out an unprecedented attack against Israel?

Monday, October 09, 2023

Israeli intelligence has been tracking Hamas closely for years. Why was the group able to plan and carry out such widespread and deadly attacks?

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Turmoil in Congress could affect the future of Ukraine's military offensive

Sunday, October 08, 2023

The U.S. has given $75 billion to Ukraine since the Russian invasion. A growing number of Republicans in Congress oppose giving more. That could impede the country's defenses against Russia.

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Biden says he's worried about Ukraine aid. The Pentagon warns it's running low

Wednesday, October 04, 2023

Biden has assured allies Congress will eventually provide more Ukraine funding. But then House Speaker Kevin McCarthy was ousted, making the path forward murkier.

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Gen. C.Q. Brown prepares to step into the role of top military officer role

Sunday, September 24, 2023

Gen. C.Q. Brown is poised to become the top U.S. military officer in a few days. One challenge he faces was on full display this week: Ukraine's visiting president requested more military assistance.

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Gen. C.Q. Brown confirmed as top military officer despite Tuberville's roadblock

Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Gen. Brown has had a four-decade military career, serving as a combat pilot and chief of the Air Force. He was confirmed as chairman of the joint chiefs by a Senate vote of 83-11.

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Ukraine is under pressure to step up its advances against Russia before winter sets in

Sunday, September 17, 2023

Ukraine needs to make more advances against Russia before winter weather makes conditions more difficult.

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The CIA has revealed an important detail about one of its famous 'Argo' operation

Thursday, September 14, 2023

One of the CIA's most famous operations was extracting six American diplomats from Iran after the U.S. embassy there was overrun in 1979. The CIA has now revealed new information about the saga.

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In Ukraine, the focus is the fighting, but are negotiations possible?

Thursday, September 14, 2023

Ukraine's military offensive is making only limited progress. This is contributing to a debate on whether the U.S. needs to send even more powerful arms, or try to lay the groundwork for peace talks.

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With a simple question, Ukrainians probe mental health at a time of war

Thursday, August 17, 2023

Ukraine calculates the agony of war in many ways. Lives lost, homes destroyed, families turned into refugees. There's also trauma that's harder to measure — the collective mental health crisis.

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From drone videos to selfies at the front, Ukraine is the most documented war ever

Tuesday, August 08, 2023

NPR's Greg Myre has covered more than a dozen wars dating back to the 1980s. He says the conflict in Ukraine is the most documented war ever, providing a view we've never had before.

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Ukraine struggles to rebuild a navy destroyed by Russia

Friday, July 28, 2023

First, Russia wiped out Ukraine's navy. Now, Moscow is blocking critical grain exports. As Ukraine tries to rebuild its navy, and fight back, NPR's Greg Myre got a ride on one of its few boats.

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With Russia dominating the Black Sea, Ukraine's navy tries to rebuild

Thursday, July 27, 2023

First, Russia wiped out Ukraine's navy. Now, Russia is blockading Ukraine's critical grain exports. As Ukraine tries to rebuild, NPR's Greg Myre got a ride on one of its few boats.

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Ravaged by Russian troops, Bucha rises from the ashes

Sunday, July 23, 2023

One Ukrainian suburb was devastated at the start of Russia's invasion. Now, it's finding ways to rebuild and honor those killed. (Story first aired on All Things Considered on July 21, 2023.)

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CIA chief: The uprising in Russia shows 'signs of weakness' in Putin's rule

Friday, July 21, 2023

The spy chief also told NPR's Mary Louise Kelly that discontent in Russia has created a "once-in-a-generation" opportunity to recruit Russians to spy on behalf of the U.S.

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Ravaged by Russian troops, Bucha rises from the ashes

Friday, July 21, 2023

At the start of Russia's invasion, advancing troops reached the outskirts of Ukraine's capital Kyiv. They devastated the suburb of Bucha, killing hundreds. Today, Bucha is coming back to life.

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A U.S. soldier fled across the border to North Korea

Tuesday, July 18, 2023

A U.S. soldier fled across the heavily guarded border to North Korea, where he's now being held by the North.

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