NPR's Michel Martin speaks with journalist Gayle Tzemach Lemmon about her reporting on the status of women in Syria.
Support is growing in Europe for an international tribunal to try ISIS suspects in Iraq or northeast Syria. A Kurdish trial reveals how those tribunals may work.
The Pentagon would not say where the troops would be sent, other than that they would not be heading to Iraq and Syria. Some of the forces have already arrived in the region.
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In recent visits to the camp, NPR was told of babies dying of malnutrition, and found women collapsed by roadsides. "There's a lack of supplies and the numbers of patients are huge," a doctor says.
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Lindh served 17 years of a 20-year sentence for being a Taliban soldier. Dozens of other Americans, linked to extremist groups, are in line to be released from U.S. prisons.
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Conditions are deteriorating at a camp in Syria where thousands of families of ISIS members are being held. There's little medical care or aid and people are getting more violent and desperate.
It's been a year since Loujain Alhathloul was detained in Saudi Arabia for pushing for women's rights. A PEN award for her and two other Saudi activists has helped bring their plight back to light.
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