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Hobby Lobby is paying a $3 million fine for dealing in now-forfeited smuggled antiquities

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 6, 2017
The ancient clay cuneiform tablets from Iraq have a "muddy" provenance.
The craft supplies chain Hobby Lobby agreed to pay a fine and forfeit thousands of antiquities to the federal government.
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Iraqis are relieved to be excluded from new travel ban

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Mar 6, 2017
BBC correspondent Rami Ruhayem says Iraqis are relieved by the new executive order as refugees flood camps near Mosul.
An Iraqi family that has fled fighting as Iraqi forces advance into Islamic State-controlled west Mosul.
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Fear of visa ban puts Minnesota's Somali community on edge

by Annie Baxter Jan 25, 2017
President Donald Trump is expected soon to order a ban on granting visas to citizens of several Muslim-majority countries.  The nations expected to be listed are Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Yemen, Sudan and Somalia. Minnesota is home to the nation’s largest concentration of…

Liberating Mosul from ISIS is just a first step

by Andy Uhler Oct 18, 2016
The economic stakes are high for Iraq and ISIS as they fight over Mosul.
Smoke billows as Iraqi forces hold a position in the area of al-Shurah, some 45 kms south of Mosul, while advancing towards the city to retake it from the Islamic State (IS) group jihadists. Some 30,000 federal forces are leading the offensive, backed by air and ground support from a 60-nation US-led coalition, in what is expected to be a long and difficult assault on IS's last major Iraqi stronghold. 
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Why some refugees go back

by Jim Muir May 18, 2016
Hundreds of thousands have fled countries like Syria and Iraq. But some find Europe is far from what they'd hoped for.
Iraqi women at the Khazair displacement camp on June 30, 2014 in Khazair, Iraq.

 
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Gen. Stanley McChrystal on what makes a good leader

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar May 11, 2015
The retired general has some suggestions for American businesses.
U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal smiles while speaking during his retirement ceremony at Fort McNair on July 23, 2010 in Washington, D.C. 
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Changing fortunes of nightly news shows

by Tim Fitzsimons Feb 9, 2015
The Brian Williams controversy shines a spotlight on the problems of network news.

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Robert Gates: 'We have to be more engaged' in Iraq

by David Gura Nov 7, 2014
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates on why ground forces should stay small.

John Nagl says the U.S. isn't finished in Iraq

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 15, 2014
Retired Lt. Cl. John Nagl reflects on his time in the "first two" Iraq wars.

The numbers for October 15, 2014

by Tony Wagner Oct 15, 2014
How many ways can you catch Ebola on a plane? Let's do the numbers.