Alissa J. Rubin
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In August 2007, Rubin was named deputy bureau chief in the Baghdad bureau of The New York Times. Currently, she is the paper's Bureau Chief in Kabul.
Rubin won an Alicia Patterson Journalism Fellowship in 1992 writing about the reality versus politics of abortion in the 1990s.
Rubin was seriously injured in a helicopter crash covering the war in northern Iraq on August 16, 2014. She suffered multiple fractures but was able to dictate a report of the accident. Others involved suffered fatal injuries.
Rubin is married and resides in Paris, France.
- Rubin's posts from "At War: Notes from the Front Lines" blog at The New York Times
- "Growing Violence Clouds Afghanistan's Future" interview with Rubin on Fresh Air
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