A family separated, the Iraqi spy who infiltrated ISIS, and don't toss out that coffee cup

August 14, 2018

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Graffiti warning on a brick wall saying that the street is mined with the shadow of a person reflected on it.

A graffiti warning on this wall in the city of Ramadi says that the street is mined. 

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Thaier al-Sudani/Reuters/file photo

The Iraqi spy who infiltrated ISIS — Capt. Harith al-Sudani, a member of an Iraqi counterterrorism unit — spent months posing as an ISIS militant. The New York Times Baghdad bureau chief Margaret Coker tells host Carol Hills about Sudani and the intelligence unit he worked for. Also, we learn about the US government's history of separating children from their parents. Plus, what does a German biergarten have to do with recycling coffee cups?

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