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By Joumana Altallal. During the Iraq War, now in its 15th year, a psychiatric hospital was looted, its patients left to wander Baghdad.
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By Matthew Murrey. A week after arriving in Canada, refugee children from Eritrea dance in their first snow.
By Devon Balwit. “We do not need power to be good, only discipline, opportunity close at hand.”
By Abigail Carl-Klassen. What’s driven thousands of central Americans to join the migrant caravan?
By Laura Winkelspecht. Can there be justice for sexual assault within a culture of incredulity?