Amar Nadhir


Global competition analyst

Education: International School of Bucharest, baccalaureate degree

Amar Nadhir is a global competition analyst for The Washington Post's Live News desk. Before joining The Post in 2012, Nadhir worked as an editor at large for the original He is based Bucharest, Romania.
Latest from Amar Nadhir

Train derails in Netherlands, killing 1 and injuring 30

The train, which was traveling from the city of Leiden to The Hague, derailed in the village of Voorschoten, officials said.

April 4, 2023

Ukraine live briefing: Moldovan premier resigns amid Ukraine war pressures

Amid inflation, power-grid cuts and other pressures applied by Russia and spilling over from the war in Ukraine, Moldova’s government resigned Friday.

February 10, 2023

Andrew Tate, brother are denied appeal for release in trafficking probe

Tate, his brother Tristan, and two Romanian female associates appealed their detention after charges of human trafficking and forming an organized crime group

January 10, 2023

Who is Andrew Tate, ‘king of toxic masculinity,’ accused of trafficking?

Andrew Tate, who made news for a tweet to Greta Thunberg, has been dubbed “the scariest man on the internet” by critics and “the king of toxic masculinity” by fans.

January 10, 2023

Andrew Tate, brother charged in Romania with human trafficking

Romanian prosecutors are seeking to hold Tate, a self-described misogynist, and brother Tristan for up to 30 days. One alleged victim was American.

December 30, 2022

‘Shocked’ and ‘saddened’ world leaders react to Shinzo Abe’s assassination

Abe, who left office in 2020 as modern Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, was assassinated during a rally in Japan.

July 8, 2022

    NATO signs accession protocols for Finland and Sweden as Ukraine faces shelling in east

    After the signing of the protocols, NATO members must ratify the accession of Sweden and Finland to complete their formal joining of the alliance.

    July 6, 2022

    After drubbing by media, Trump’s ambassador to the Netherlands apologizes for anti-Muslim remarks

    Pete Hoekstra said he was wrong to voice unsupported theories about Muslim “no-go zones” and politicians being “burned” in Europe in the past.

    January 12, 2018

    Reporters to Trump ambassador: ‘This is the Netherlands — you have to answer questions’

    Dutch journalists questioned Trump appointee Peter Hoekstra about anti-Muslim remarks he made. He refused to answer.

    January 10, 2018