Simon Denyer
Correspondent

Before joining the Post, Simon was the Washington Bureau Chief for Reuters. Before that he spent five years running the Reuters bureau in India, and two years immediately after 9/11 doing the same thing in Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is editor of “Foreign Correspondent: Fifty Years of Reporting South Asia,” an anthology of writing about the subcontinent. He has made frequent TV appearances in the United States and India, and also worked as for Reuters Television as an anchor and correspondent. He spent more than four years covering East Africa for Reuters out of Nairobi, and has also worked in New York, London and Paris.

Latest by Simon Denyer

Rescuers dig for bodies after landslide wipes out village in southwestern China

Fifteen bodies have been found, but 118 people are missing in the village in Sichuan province, state media said.

North Korea calls Otto Warmbier’s death a ‘mystery,’ casts itself as ‘biggest victim’

<span>North Korea calls Otto Warmbier’s death a ‘mystery,’ casts itself as ‘biggest victim’</span>

Pyongyang tried to shift blame onto others but defended its decision to imprison the American student.

Europe divided, China gratified as Greece blocks E.U. statement over human rights

Money really can buy love, and in China’s case, it appears to be helping to keep the European Union divided.

Chinese police blame lone bomber for killing 8 at kindergarten gate

<span>Chinese police blame lone bomber for killing 8 at kindergarten gate</span>

Writing found near the scene suggests that mothers could have been the target.