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Richard Engel on the need to protect journalists covering conflicts

  NBC’s chief foreign correspondent was one of four journalists invited to address the UN Security Council. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

Richard Engel reports from Tahrir Square

  NBC’s Richard Engel reports from his vantage point above Tahrir Square where huge crowds have gathered for and against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.        

Engel: There's going to be a lot of debate about the word 'coup'

  Richard Engel reports from Cairo about the military ousting of President Morsi, and whether or not the word "coup" is accurate in this situation when so many millions of Egyptians agreed with the ousting.

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  Syrian rebels lose ground to Assad’s forces

Aleppo has experienced some of the heaviest fighting in weeks, following the U.S. promise to offer military support to the rebels.  For now, U.S. military sources tell NBC News that assistance will arrive “gradually.” NBC’s Richard Engel reports.

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NBC's producer Ghazi Balkiz, chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel and cameraman John Kooistra
NBC's producer Ghazi Balkiz, chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel and cameraman John Kooistra

NBC's producer Ghazi Balkiz, chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel and cameraman John Kooistra on December 17, 2012 after being held captive in Syria.

Richard Engel
Richard Engel
Hidden Eden beach
Hidden Eden beach

Hidden Planet: Underwater Eden in land that time forgotRichard Engel heads to a land that time forgot. Raja Ampat, the four main islands off the West Papuan mainland in Indonesia surrounded by 1,500 smaller islands, spans 10 million acres of land and sea that explode with brilliant green forests an