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Collateral damage

By Jamie Dean
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Kenya | Kenya’s crackdown on terrorist attacks is catching refugees from other war-torn countries in its dragnet

Laying siege from the shadows

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | Saddam’s deputy, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, may be key to understanding the lightning strikes and success of Sunni militants in Iraq

The maestro

By Emily Belz
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Music | One of the best orchestras in the country has a devout Catholic conductor who wants something beyond consumerist entertainment

Loop de loop

Loop de loop

By Angela Lu
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Technology | Quick quiz: Do the names Nash Grier and Cameron Dallas ring a bell? Does the phrase “Dat backflip, doe” mean anything to you? Are you despairing over the…

Playing defense

By Emily Belz
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Politics | Behind the scenes in a blue state legislature, pro-life lobbyists go door to door for votes

'Too big to jail'

By Warren Cole Smith
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Banking |  Are the world’s biggest banks beyond the reach of the law?

The examined life

The examined life

By Lynn Vincent
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Books | Personal historians preserve ‘ordinary’ lives through published memoirs

Second opinions

Second opinions

By Daniel James Devine
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Medicine | Liberal policies at major medical associations are hard pills for conservative doctors to swallow, and some are fighting back with alternative groups

The Lost Girls

By Jamie Dean
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Nigeria | Boko Haram’s horrific kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls is one part of a wider campaign to obliterate Christians

Staying alive

By Mindy Belz
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Middle East | Syrian refugees and their hosts in tiny Lebanon battle a big humanitarian crisis with grassroots, church-based help

Polio: Breaking borders

By Daniel James Devine
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Medicine | 

Reflective journey

By Sophia Lee
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Travel | A cross-country train trip proved to be unpredictable, uncomfortable—and an unmatched period of spiritual focus

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