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Myra MacDonald

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Oct 11 2013

Western allies have little chance of influencing Libya

LONDON With Libya sliding into anarchy - its prime minister was briefly kidnapped by militiamen on Thursday - Western countries are repeating their commitment to help the North African country complete its transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution.

Oct 11 2013

Western allies have little chance of influencing Libya

LONDON With Libya sliding into anarchy - its prime minister was briefly kidnapped by militiamen on Thursday - Western countries are repeating their commitment to help the North African country complete its transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution.

Oct 11 2013

Western allies have little chance of influencing Libya

LONDON With Libya sliding into anarchy - its prime minister was briefly kidnapped by militiamen on Thursday - Western countries are repeating their commitment to help the North African country complete its transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution.

Oct 11 2013

Western allies have little chance of influencing Libya

LONDON With Libya sliding into anarchy - its prime minister was briefly kidnapped by militiamen on Thursday - Western countries are repeating their commitment to help the North African country complete its transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution.

Oct 10 2013

Western allies have little chance of influencing Libya

LONDON With Libya sliding into anarchy - its prime minister was briefly kidnapped by militiamen on Thursday - Western countries are repeating their commitment to help the North African country complete its transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution.

Oct 10 2013

Western allies have little chance of influencing Libya

LONDON With Libya sliding into anarchy - its prime minister was briefly kidnapped by militiamen on Thursday - Western countries are repeating their commitment to help the North African country complete its transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution.

Sep 30 2013

Competition between Islamist militants may fuel big attacks

LONDON The assault on Kenya's Westgate shopping mall has brought into sharp focus a pattern likely to complicate efforts to counter Islamist militants - competition among jihadis can increase the risk of a major attack.

Sep 30 2013

Competition between Islamist militants may fuel big attacks

LONDON The assault on Kenya's Westgate shopping mall has brought into sharp relief a pattern likely to complicate efforts to counter Islamist militants - competition among jihadis can increase the risk of a major attack.

Sep 30 2013

Competition between Islamist militants may fuel big attacks

LONDON The assault on Kenya's Westgate shopping mall has brought into sharp relief a pattern likely to complicate efforts to counter Islamist militants - competition among jihadis can increase the risk of a major attack.

Sep 22 2013

Despite thaw, resolving Iranian nuclear dispute a huge challenge

LONDON The diplomatic thaw between the West and Iran could quickly chill again if the two sides are unable to master the many moving parts of Tehran's disputed nuclear programme under the weight of more than three decades of distrust.

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