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suggests the organization has obtained access to documents leaked by Snowden or has been informed of the country’s identity by someone with access to the documents."When the last piece went but by leaning on neighbors and local organizations, There are a few things to keep in mind with the new findings, and many others. He has rejected the accusation that he received the bribe of an apartment in relation to oil company Petrobas. British and Iraqi forces also retook the city from insurgents It was during those years that the Sunni-dominated insurgency against the US-led occupation metastasized into the sectarian civil war that in turn led to the creation of ISIS ISIS set itself apart from other jihadist groups by seizing control of a large area of land in home to hundreds of thousands of people Syria and Iraq Now the jihadists are losing on battlefields in both countries and in Libya but they continue to make their presence felt by killing civilians across the planet Separate attacks attributed to ISIS in Istanbul and Bangladesh last week underscored the groups global reach as it endeavors to remain relevant in spite of its shrinking landmass Pressure is mounting on the government of Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi to translate military success against ISIS into corresponding improvements in security After Abadi visited the blast site on Sunday angry protesters pelted his motorcade with debris In May Abadis administration was shaken when supporters of the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr stormed Baghdads fortified Green Zone and entered the parliament building The demonstrators denounced corruption and the inability of the state to maintain security amid ongoing ISIS bombings in the capital On Sunday Abadi took steps to increase security including banning police from using fake bomb detectors known as the "magic wand" at checkpoints The British businessman who sold the fraudulent devices to Iraq and other countries was sentenced to 20 years in prison in the UK in 2013 but according to Reuters some of the devices remained in use years after the scandal became public Part of the challenge facing the Iraqi authorities is that ISIS relies on suicide bombers often in cars or trucks a tactic that is both extremely deadly and difficult to stop once it is in motion Iraq has already suffered enormously from such attacks Between 2003 and 2015 there were at least 2027 suicide attacks in Iraq killing at least 21487 people according to a University of Chicago database Other databases place number of strikes (including both suicide and other attacks) far higher Analysts say ending those attacks in Baghdad will mean locating and apprehending ISIS sleeper cells that are believed to be hiding in the capital That wont be an easy task Iraqs security apparatus has fractured along political and communal lines with multiple competing agencies and the rise of controversial decentralized Shiite-led militias who are deeply involved in the fight against ISIS "Its very much a political problem Haider al-Abadi is not in a position to coordinate all of the security and intelligence agencies inside the city of Baghdad let alone in the rest of Iraq" says Mansour Contact us at [email protected] you find yourself in the middle of a moment that will change history forever that will change you forever you can usually tell At least thats what Ann Curry has found in the course of her award-winning career as a journalist reporting on world events from conflict in Syria to climate change in the Antarctic The struggle to survive war and disaster is traumatic she says and the survivors she’s met along the way know that their lives are being permanently altered That idea is a crucial component behind Currys new TV series Well Meet Again Using a very particular brand of personal story one partly inspired by parallel stories in Currys own family history and one in the life of executive producer Justine Kershaw the series focuses on what it was like to live through a major moment in history In each of the six episodes the first of which premieres Tuesday night on PBS individuals who survived a cataclysmic event are reunited with the long-lost people with whom they experienced that important moment They are people like Holocaust survivor Peter Engler who in this exclusive clip from the show explores his desire to reunite with his surrogate family from his time in a Jewish ghetto during World War II as well as survivors of more recent world-shaping moments such as the eruption of Mount St Helens and 9/11 "These events are constantly happening” Curry says “There are stories that are unfolding today and these connections are happening as we speak" She describes the series as "foundationally journalism" in the way she and her colleagues used what she calls "breadcrumbs" to track down the people on the other side of the equation and tell their stories But while she sees Well Meet Again is a continuation of her work the transition from current events to history also represents a major shift As a journalist arriving in a place like Haiti or Syria in moments of tumult Curry says she was able to pursue the truth of what was happening but perspective on what it meant was often out of reach As she tracked down the who and the where of world events it was often too soon to get much into how and why Its only with time that those questions can really be answered Understanding those details can do more than add layers to our understanding of the past Curry says Knowing what it took to survive a volcanic eruption for example is a way to learn more about events that are sure to happen again in the future And after having followed those breadcrumbs shes found that even very different world events have a tendency to affect people in a similar way Living through those moments often terrible moments makes the survivors stronger and helps them see that other people especially those who helped them survive are what really matters Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter So what does Curry make of our current moment From chaos in Washington to the wave of people speaking up about sexual misconduct in many realms of life (a moment in which Curry has been inadvertently swept up as allegations against her former Today co-host Matt Lauer have brought renewed interest in her 2012 departure from the show) it can feel as if there’s simply more going on in American news than there used to be and things are no calmer abroad Of course we’re living through a world-changing moment Curry says In fact the inevitability of change and challenges is one of the only things people can count on Plus while there are plenty of events going on in the world right now that cause the kind of undeniable trauma that can’t be missed Curry points to the plight of the Rohingya for example and the situation in Sudan not everything that changes the world is so clear to see "Realities can come upon us slowly but its hard because we dont hear them" Curry says "Climate change for example is one of those world-changing events occurring in a more silent manner Were starting to wake up finally to the reality of that what I believe will be the biggest world-changing event in human history But weve evolved to respond to loud noises We dont respond when something happens in a manner that we cant see that we cant hear coming People dont think Im now changed forever but that doesnt negate the fact" That fact is a major reason why it’s worth listening to those who have been through the most intense events "What Ive come away thinking is that these are the stories of all of us” Curry says Write to Lily Rothman at [email protected] staged a series of indiscriminate attacks intended to provoke civil war.
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