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Conflict & Justice
PRI's The World
October 17, 2017
The Kurds of northern Iraq are no longer in charge of Kirkuk, the city they protected from ISIS. Ben Van Heuvelen, editor-in-chief of Iraq Oil Report, explains what's at stake.
Health & Medicine
The official count is now 48 deaths. But reporters thought that number seemed off.
Arts, Culture & Media
Some 20,000 Japanese Americans were resettled in Chicago after being imprisoned by the government during World War II. Now their belongings are on display in Lincoln Park.
October 16, 2017
Iraqi forces took the disputed city of Kirkuk from the control of the Kurds — both allies in the US-led coalition against ISIS. President Donald Trump says the US won't take sides.
One Minnesota man was in Mogadishu for a job interview. Another was about to meet members of his family. Then Somalia's deadliest terrorist attack happened.
Clifton Daniel used to dislike living in his grandfather Harry Truman’s shadow. Now, he’ll play him onstage.
Business, Economics and Jobs
Hear directly from some of them.
October 13, 2017
“We have a stereotype about the way that real rape victims are supposed to act."
This week, 15 acid attack victims from Bangladesh were part of a fashion show organized by a UK charity to raise awareness.
Entrepreneurs and leaders in Iran’s budding tech scene watched closely as President Donald Trump refused to certify the Iran nuclear deal.
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