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Syrian's soccer goalie-turned-rebel icon has died in battle. Abdelbaset Sarout led rallies in Homs and became known as the “singer of the revolution.” Following the arc of the Syrian uprising, he later later took up arms as the country slid into civil war.
I pet Oscar. He is a 12 year old Dachshund. His 1st caregiver died. He went to a new home, but they couldn’t keep him. Now he’s with a caregiver who is keeping him. Oscar is very attached and loyal to her. He follows her around. When he runs, it looks like a bunny hopping.
#Yemen journalist for @AP, @MaadAlzekri, was not granted a US visa to accept @PulitzerPrizes for #internationalreporting but his colleague @NMofty had him on a videocall the whole time so he could see it from afar. Congratulations Maad from youe friends @PulitzerCenter
An Iraqi court sentences two high-profile French members of the Islamic State group to death, including one who appeared in a video praising the 2015 Paris attacks. A total of 6 Frenchmen have now been condemned to death in Iraq, @qabdulzahra reports.
After writing an essay that mentioned his apartment building, Peter Hessler received an e-mail: a reader had lived in the same building, years ago. Thus began an exchange of photographs and memories, piecing together decades of neighborhood history.