Loveday Morris


Berlin bureau chief covering Europe

Education: Exeter University, BA in Middle Eastern studies with Arabic

Loveday Morris is The Washington Post's Berlin bureau chief. Before moving to Germany in 2019, she spent a decade in reporting in the Middle East, most recently in Jerusalem. She previously spent three years in Iraq as Baghdad bureau chief covering the country's battles against the Islamic State, from Fallujah to Ramadi and Mosul. She started with The Post as Beirut correspondent in 2013, largely covering Syria's civil war. Before that, she freelanced from the region for publications including the United Kingdom's Independent newspaper. She began her career at Bloomberg News, covering financia
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Kosovo Prime Minister Kurti on recent violence and his rebuke from Washington

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said in an interview with The Washington Post that statements by Secretary of State Antony Blinken had been "harmful."

June 1, 2023

Germany’s ‘China City’ doesn’t want you to call it that anymore

The shift in Duisburg mirrors a broader rethink in Europe on relations with Beijing.

May 23, 2023

Ukraine’s Zelensky visits Germany, turning a page on fragile ties

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's trip to Berlin follows Germany's announcement of a $2.95 billion package of military aid for his country.

May 14, 2023

Ukraine live briefing: France to train and equip several Ukrainian battalions with armored vehicles and light tanks

Germany’s latest military package is likely to include Leopard tanks, other armored vehicles and reconnaissance drones, a top Ukrainian official said.

May 14, 2023

Ukraine live briefing: Moscow to expel German diplomats; Kyiv readying new brigades

More than 20 German diplomats will be expelled in response to Frankfurt's similar move, Russian state media reported.

April 22, 2023

The key countries and revelations from the Pentagon document leak

The leaked documents contain references to countries all over the world, ranging from China to Haiti.

April 12, 2023

CIA leak, sanctions highlight strained relations between U.S. and Hungary

U.S. Ambassador David Pressman expressed concerns over Hungary’s “eagerness” to continue ties with Russia.

April 12, 2023

Investigators skeptical of yacht’s role in Nord Stream bombing

Officials believe more than one vessel might have been involved in sabotaging the natural gas pipeline last year and wonder if a 50-foot sailing yacht that investigators scoured for clues could be a decoy.

April 3, 2023

As settler violence surges, Palestinians say they have nowhere to turn

Two weeks after settlers rampaged through Palestinian villages and towns, killing one man and torching homes, residents wonder when justice will come.

March 17, 2023

Ukraine briefing: Poland to send Ukraine fighter jets; U.S. releases footage of apparent drone collision

Western governments had thus far declined to send fighter jets out of concern over escalating tensions between NATO and Russia.

March 16, 2023