Sudarsan Raghavan
Correspondent

Sudarsan Raghavan is The Washington Post’s Africa bureau chief. Previously, he was based in Madrid and reported from the Middle East and Europe. From August 2006 to April 2009, he covered the Iraq war and was The Post’s Baghdad bureau chief. He joined the paper in 2005 after working at Knight Ridder, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Newsweek. Raghavan has reported from more than 50 countries and 20 conflict zones on five continents. His professional honors include the George Polk Award, three Overseas Press Club Awards and the Livingston Award for international reporting. This is his third posting in Africa.

Latest by Sudarsan Raghavan

20 years later in Rwanda, reminders that justice isn’t done

20 years later in Rwanda, reminders that justice isn’t done

As a week of commemoration ceremonies begins, many note that key perpetrators are still at large.

20 years after genocide, Rwanda seeks tech revolution

20 years after genocide, Rwanda seeks tech revolution

Technology is viewed as key to redressing effects of the genocide and moving Rwanda forward.

‘Many families will fall apart’ amid brutal religious strife

‘Many families will fall apart’ amid brutal religious strife

In the Central African Republic, Christian-Muslim marriages are the latest casualty of sectarian conflict.

‘It was a miracle she survived’

‘It was a miracle she survived’

A Muslim baby’s tragic journey, aided by Christians, shows the complexities of the Central African Republic’s war.