Charles Sennott

Christian worshippers from around the world along the Via Dolorosa

Tensions over Jerusalem palpable during Good Friday, Passover celebrations

Jerusalem is indeed a city where three faiths come together, but it is also bracing for a big — and what many fear may be a divisive — moment next month when the US embassy will move from Tel Aviv to West Jerusalem.

Tensions over Jerusalem palpable during Good Friday, Passover celebrations
A man hauls a box of blankets during distribution hours in Zaatari refugee camp. First opened on July 23, 2012 as a temporary settlement in Jordan for Syrians fleeing conflict has since turned into a permanent fixture resembling a small city rather than a

Why Jordan is reaching its limits with Syrian refugees

Why Jordan is reaching its limits with Syrian refugees
A general view of Tahrir Square during the fifth anniversary of the uprising that ended 30-year reign of Hosni Mubarak in Cairo, Egypt on January 25, 2016.

5th anniversary of Egypt's revolution 'a sad day for those of us who really believed'

5th anniversary of Egypt's revolution 'a sad day for those of us who really believed'
An Afghan boy plays with a balloon at his house in Mazar-i-Sharif in 2014.

Foreverstan: The legacy of America's longest war in 8 photos from photojournalist Farshad Usyan

Foreverstan: The legacy of America's longest war in 8 photos from photojournalist Farshad Usyan
Kosovars wave Albanian flags while celebrating their declaration of independence from Serbia in Pristina, Kosovo, on Feb. 17, 2008.

Why World War I still matters, 100 years after it began

Why World War I still matters, 100 years after it began
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This week's agenda: debt megotiations, jobs, and unrest in the Middle East

Charlie Herman, business and economics editor for WNYC and The Takeaway and Charles Sennott, executive editor and co-founder of the international news website the Global Post, join us.

This week's agenda: debt megotiations, jobs, and unrest in the Middle East
The World

Remembering Sally Goodrich

Sally Goodrich has died. She was the mother who lost a son on September 11, the humanitarian who wanted to do good in Afghanistan. Sally Goodrich had been featured on The World, as part of a series reported on by Charles Sennott.

Remembering Sally Goodrich
The World

McCrystal replaced in Afghanistan

President Obama is replacing top Afghanistan commander Stanley McChrystal with General David Petraeus, head of the U.S. Central Command. Anchor Jeb Sharp gets details from reporter Charles Sennott in Afghanistan.

McCrystal replaced in Afghanistan
The World

Inside the Taliban, Part IV

For the final part of our series on the Taliban, Charles Sennott met with former Taliban leaders and US counter-insurgency experts to try and discover what motivates the Taliban and whether the US military is making progress in understanding them.

Inside the Taliban, Part IV
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Pakistan vs the Taliban

In Part Two of our series on the Taliban, Charles Sennott reports on Pakistan's new internal war on terror, and how the country has turned against the movement it once supported.

Pakistan vs the Taliban
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Revisiting an Afghan girls' school

In part 3, Charles Sennott tries to revisit a girls school he reported on two years ago. The school was set up by a couple who lost their son on September 11, 2001. But the school they funded in his memory now appears to be under the Taliban.

Revisiting an Afghan girls' school
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The resurgence of the Taliban

The year 2001 marked the end of Taliban rule in Afghanistan. But its leaders and fighters have regrouped. Reporter Charles Sennott has the first in a series of reports on resurgent influence of the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

The resurgence of the Taliban
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Secret talks with the Taliban

Reporter Charles Sennott, just back from Afghanistan, briefs anchor Marco Werman on back-channel talks between Afghan government officials and moderate Taliban leaders.

Secret talks with the Taliban
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Reaching across Iraq's sectarian divide

Anchor Katy Clark speaks with reporter Charles Sennott about a meeting of Iraqi leaders taking place in Helsinki, Finland; the leaders come from Iraq's Shiite

Reaching across Iraq's sectarian divide