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For A British Man, Fighting ISIS Was Simply The Right Thing To Do
Macer Gifford — an alias he uses to protect his family — left his job as a financial trader in London to fight ISIS in Syria. He lost much of what he had, but says he never regretted his decision.
A Father, A Daughter And A Continent Between Them
Jon Kalish loved his daughter from afar, with calls and visits from New York to California. And he lost her from afar too — first when they became estranged, and then in a more final way.
Israel Bets On Recycled Water To Meet Its Growing Thirst
Treated sewage water accounts for half the water used by Israel's farms. Entrepreneurs are experimenting with ways to cut costs and to ensure that the 86 percent of wastewater that's recycled is safe.
In Ramadan, Saudi Families Break Bread And Watch TV Dramas
Across the Arab world, Ramadan is prime time for soap operas. This year a Saudi program takes a look at young people and the tensions and issues they face in the kingdom.
From Civilian To Spy: How An Average Guy Helped Bust A Russian Agent
You'd think spying on the Russians would require some training, but Naveed Jamali had none. "Probably some Magnum P.I. episodes and a few movies here and there," he says. "That was about it."
By Their Fingertips: Teen Pianists In New Cliburn Competition
The Van Cliburn Foundation is hosting its first international piano competition for young players. Some are wondering if the new contest is too much pressure too soon.
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