Fall 2013 Round-Up

In the past few months, War News Radio reporters have covered everything from the euphoria and disappointment of youth protestors all over the world this summer, to the nonviolent resistance movement in Syria, to travelers looking for peace in times of conflict. We feel lucky to have heard so many…

Down the Nile

The summer before he went off to college, Swarthmore first year Ahmet decided he would paddle down a portion of the Nile River in an inflatable raft. That plan might seem risky enough in peace times, but in the midst of rising popular dissent against then-President Muhammed Morsi, Ahmet also…

From Aleppo to the US: A Refugee’s Journey

Last year Syrian high school student Mahmoud Hallak moved to America to escape the conflict consuming his home country. War News Radio’s Collin Smith talked to Hallak about his experiences and his participation in the revolution–both in Syria and in the United States. [soundcloud params=”auto_play=false&show_comments=true&color=75BBD9&theme_color=75BBD9″]https://soundcloud.com/war-news-radio/from-aleppo-to-the-us-a[/soundcloud]

Weekly Newscast – November 15, 2013

This week on War News Radio, negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program, sectarian violence in Iraq, terrorism in Nigeria, and more. [soundcloud params=”auto_play=false&show_comments=true&color=75BBD9&theme_color=75BBD9″]https://soundcloud.com/warnewsradio2/weekly-newscast-november-15[/soundcloud]

Weekly Newscast – November 8, 2013

[soundcloud params=”auto_play=false&show_comments=true&color=75BBD9&theme_color=75BBD9″]https://soundcloud.com/warnewsradio3/newscast-131108[/soundcloud] Jerry Qin: From War News Radio at Swarthmore College, I’m Jerry Qin. Nora Bailin: And I’m Nora Bailin. Russia, the United States, and the United Nations have failed to set a date for peace talks concerning the Syrian civil war. Senior diplomats were unable to agree on who…