Alice Fordham Alice Fordham is an NPR International Correspondent based in Beirut, Lebanon.

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Thousands Of Irish Expats Return Home To Vote In Abortion Referendum

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Catholic Church Remains Quiet During Ireland's Fierce Abortion Debate

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Thousands of abortion-rights opponents demonstrate in Dublin on March 10. NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Ireland's Abortion Referendum Is Proving Deeply Divisive

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When The U.S. Deports Migrants, Remittances To Family Stop

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The Acatenango volcano is near the village of San Jose Calderas, many of whose residents were deported from a meatpacking plant in Iowa in 2008. Alice Fordham for NPR hide caption

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How A Guatemalan Village's Fortunes Rose And Fell With U.S. Migration And Deportation

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Why A Guatemala Justice Experiment Is Struggling To Survive

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A group of students visits the Beirut mansion that architect Mona El Hallak is working to transform into a museum making sense of Lebanon's civil war. Alice Fordham /NPR hide caption

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In A Bullet-Riddled Mansion, A Beirut Architect Envisions A Museum Of Memory

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Envisioning A Museum Of Memory In Beirut

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U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, made up of an alliance of Arab and Kurdish fighters, regroup on the northern outskirts of Deir Ezzor as they advance to encircle the ISIS bastion of Raqqa on Feb. 21. Delil Souleiman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Big Changes And Major Dilemmas Loom In Next Phase Of ISIS War In Syria

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U.S.-Led Coalition Continues Fight To Retake Mosul From ISIS

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U.S. Denies Hitting Mosque After Dozens Killed In Syria

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Iraqis React With Relief To Trump's New Order On Immigration

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Medics tend to an Iraqi counterterrorism fighter injured in a clash with ISIS forces near the village of Bazwaya, on the eastern edge of Mosul. Bulent Kilic /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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No One Was Prepared To Care For So Many Wounded In Mosul

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