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Sonia Verma

Sonia Verma

Sonia Verma writes about foreign affairs for The Globe and Mail. Based in Toronto, she has recently covered economic change in Latin America, revolution in Egypt, and elections in Haiti. Before joining The Globe in 2009, she was based in the Middle East, reporting from across the region for The Times of London and New York Newsday. She served as The Times' Jerusalem correspondent and later, as its Gulf correspondent, while based in Dubai. She has written extensively about the Arab-Israeli conflict and the war in Afghanistan.

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Murder of American teacher shocks expats, officials in UAE Subscriber content
REUTERS
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How Conservative bill on marriage could undermine relations with UAE Subscriber content
Passengers wait to board an Emirates airplane at Dubai airport in this Sept. 7, 2007 file photo.
Why my children were lucky to get accepted to a Finnish school in Qatar
Associated Press
Shah’s son seeks support for people’s revolution against Iran
For The Globe and Mail
Violence precedes first day of voting in Afghanistan election
AP
Sonia Verma: Afghanistan not all chaos and uncertainty
REUTERS
U.S. Politics: Inside the Right-wing Revolution
U.S. politics may turn on Republican pitch for Latino votes
U.S. Politics: Inside the Right-wing Revolution
Republican legislative council pushes for Keystone approval
U.S. Politics: Inside the Right-wing Revolution
U.S. Republicans shift health care fight to state level
Associated Press
From messiah to lame duck: How Barack Obama fell to earth
Reuters
Can Ilana Landsberg-Lewis keep her father’s AIDS cause in the spotlight?
The Globe and Mail
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Mitt Romney tries to get his foreign affairs in order
What the court ruling means for Americans’ access to health care
Reuters
How a U.S. Chief Justice bucked conservative tradition to back Obama
Associated Press
Queen’s handshake in Northern Ireland felt across Britain
Controversy underscores first day for Egypt’s Morsi
REUTERS
In wake of protests, Turkey abandons plan to further restrict abortions
Demographics
Asian Americans will play key role in choosing next U.S. president
Middle East
New Saudi Crown Prince, 76, offers more of the same
Reuters
Egypt court backing status quo with military blessing
REUTERS