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In 2005, Iqbal al-Juboori's family, who is Sunni, was attacked at home. The attackers kidnapped Juboori's brother simply because of his ethnicity, she believes. Courtesy of Iqbal al-Juboori hide caption

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Iraq

'I'm An Iraqi': A Family Attacked, A Brother Missing

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Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., questioned whether phone companies would retain calling data. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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If The NSA Can't Keep Call Records, Should Phone Companies Do It?

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Frenchman Joseph Dellecolle, (left) 63, and his son Pierre-Yves, 40, dressed in American uniforms and drove a 1940s American military jeep to attend the D-Day commemoration on the beaches of Normandy. The elder Dellecolle says he attends every year and cries when he thinks of the many sacrifices made to liberate Europe. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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One Frenchman's Commitment To Keeping D-Day Memories Alive

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