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Hosting a Syrian refugee family in Vienna: 48.196799, 16.337702
Visiting China as it opened its doors to the world: 39.904211, 116.407395
A wild carriage ride in San Francisco: 37.774929, -122.419416
Growing up in a refugee camp in Turkey: 37.344293, 40.619649
Crossing mountains to marry (and meet for the first time): 37.091727, 43.487692
Returning to Baghdad, a city devastated by dictatorship and war: 33.312806, 44.361488
Remembering a diverse, beautiful Baghdad: 33.300978, 44.365883
How I came to be born in exile: 31.964143, 44.906650
Visiting Iraq without Iraqi approval - discovering Kurdistan: 36.237500, 43.963055
The paradox of Malala: 40.749041, -73.967699
A family reunited - life in West and East Germany after the wall: 51.755940, 7.465210
Suddenly 20,000 people showed up at our demonstration: 48.196932, 16.338594
Discovering that my neighbors were war criminals on the run: -23.550520, -46.633309
The housewarming gift from my Nazi landlord: -23.550520, -46.633309
When the dead were treated before the living: 29.424122, -98.493628
Ranch life in 1930s South Texas: the crazed pet javelina: 28.275892, -99.101350
The day Berlusconi arrived in our mailbox: 44.316842, 9.319982
‘Tangentopoli’ didn’t break our optimism: 41.902783, 12.496366
Italy tried to reinvent itself: 41.902783, 12.496366
“The strangest little parties appeared everywhere”: 45.668555, 13.104086
Naples was a laboratory for “Bribesville” Italy: 40.786780, 14.433289
Former Communist leaders in the 1990s: 40.857155, 14.216341
Suddenly the bourgeoisie didn’t have a party: 46.140797, 13.166290
The “Second Republic” is more corrupt than the First: 46.140797, 13.166290
Berlusconi brought back the old system: 39.223902, 9.122095
Sardinian politicians didn’t feel the pain: 39.223902, 9.122095
“Bribesville” explained to kids: 43.722831, 10.401719
The rise of Pisa’s professors after scandal: 43.722831, 10.401719
Peshmerga: united in future?: 36.206293, 44.008870
“I was convinced there had to be another way”: 41.902783, 12.496366
Okeechobee\'s toxic tides: 25.939741, -81.707536
Writing letters from Santa\'s Workshop: 64.751111, -147.349444
Italian cultural relativism and its consequences: 38.115688, 13.361267
Corruption then and now: 38.115688, 13.361267
The media coverage was relentless: 41.871940, 12.567380
Berlusconi didn\'t invent anything: 41.871940, 12.567380
When “taking the field” meant something else: 41.871940, 12.567380
The student movement: breaking free of the 5 parties: 41.871940, 12.567380
We had bigger issues at the time: 39.223902, 9.122095
We didn’t take advantage of the “magic moment”: 42.006448, 12.741394
\'I was shocked by how infuriated she was\': 45.070339, 7.686864
Watching my home in crisis…from Germany: 50.802173, 8.766793
They were corrupt, but better respected: 41.755434, 12.305374
Communism after the fall of Communism: 41.871940, 12.567380
An Italian student in 1990s Germany: 50.802173, 8.766793
Reforms were doomed by media attention: 41.902783, 12.496366
\'From hell to heaven\': 51.507351, -0.127758
Sign of a failed state: 33.854721, 35.862285
“Ahmadinejad and Bush both met God”: 35.689197, 51.388974
On and off the Israeli watch list: 47.958581, 16.516014
Better to be a single mom in rural Nepal than in Germany: 28.008794, 85.132378
The parody focused on Di Pietro: 45.659677, 10.385672
Disappointing Palermo\'s honest citizens: 38.115688, 13.361267
Berlusconi framed in close-up on TV: 43.771051, 11.248621
Bribery as understood by a child: 43.771051, 11.248621
TV programs started to be more politicized: 43.771051, 11.248621
New politics and the fear of the unknown: 43.771051, 11.248621
I wanted to join the debate: 43.771051, 11.248621
We had a think tank in the men’s bathroom: 44.494887, 11.342616
When playing sports meant breaking the law: 35.321875, 46.986165
The entire Italian public became prosecutors: 45.070339, 7.686864
Politics has been destoyed by financial powers: 41.902783, 12.496366
After the collapse of the parties: 41.902783, 12.496366
Political \'surgery\' excluded Communists: 41.902783, 12.496366
Politics: \'Sometimes your hands get dirty\': 45.486280, 9.216723
The Italian judiciary was strongly politicized: 40.851798, 14.268120
Politics was part of my family: 41.902783, 12.496366
For Italy, Europe will be \'a limbo or a nightmare\': 36.407257, 10.622471
Stefania Craxi: the cruel side of politics: 41.902783, 12.496366
How we date in Aleppo: 36.209117, 37.116645
Berlusconi and Craxi: they shared the same enemies: 41.964842, 12.779009
With those bribes you could build a whole city: 43.548473, 10.310567
The Tangentopoli suicides: 45.465422, 9.185924
Tangentopoli-level bribery impossible today: 43.548473, 10.310567
Livorno since the early 1990s: 43.548473, 10.310567
Italy is tired after multiple crises: 43.548473, 10.310567
The story of Primo Greganti: 45.070339, 7.686864
Tangentopoli shaped my political thinking: 42.853604, 13.574944
1996-1998: years of enthusiasm: 41.902783, 12.496366
He ran to defend his interests: 42.853604, 13.574944
Suddenly everyone wanted to study law: 45.465422, 9.185924
Foreign journalists were shocked by how quickly it moved forward: 45.465422, 9.185924
“The atmosphere was like Vietnam”: 45.465422, 9.185924
“I remember a squalid press room”: 45.465422, 9.185924
Images of the destroyed highway: 45.063299, 7.669289
A self-made 19th century Irish woman: 52.355817, -7.690255
The ‘First Republic’ needed to collapse: 41.891352, 12.489653
Communists hadn’t evolved ideologically: 41.910964, 12.477036
A famous journalist was made minister: 41.908920, 12.479782
He said to Berlusconi,” We can win, and this is how”: 41.914541, 12.475662
He was truly independent from party meddling: 41.906876, 12.482529
He was afraid to be caught in error: 41.905343, 12.482529
Ministers were considered transitory figures: 45.465422, 9.185924
In the beginning it was a political revolution: 45.533420, 12.643850
Only long-lived Italian government was Berlusconi’s: 45.465422, 9.185924
Leaders failed to define what Europe is to Italians: 45.533420, 12.643850
Friendship between three powerful leaders: 45.533420, 12.643850
Bolzano is different politically from rest of Italy: 46.508790, 11.337204
A microcosm of the Middle East: 36.318998, 44.036636
One of many resettlements inside Iraq: 36.356057, 44.013977
Democracy in a refugee camp : 36.336700, 44.023590
Even if this was paradise, we\'d want to go home: 36.328126, 44.052429
Meeting with Iranian clerics to discuss the veil: 34.639944, 50.875942
In a wider world Italy got totally lost: 41.871940, 12.567380
Life as a Syrian farmer before war: 36.396968, 43.989258
My grandfather moved to the US with a quarter in his pocket: 48.379433, 31.165580
Ramadan in a hot tent: 36.316232, 44.040070
Art helped heal the wounds of war: 36.308486, 44.038696
The outpouring of support for Kurdish refugees: 37.000633, 35.423292
Perhaps the fastest refugee return in history: 36.867905, 42.948857
Rebuilding villages in Northern Iraq: 36.410339, 44.387195
Surviving a terrible winter: 36.410339, 44.387195
The effort to return to normal life: 35.557045, 45.435943
Baghdad bans NGOs in Kurdistan : 36.206293, 44.008870
\'They were like the phalanx of Alexander the Great\': 42.938004, 12.621621
Student movements and Tangentopoli: 42.938004, 12.621621
We never, ever had new clothes: 51.604967, -0.072279
The Christian Brothers were violent: 53.488197, -3.026251
Growing up near the family : 53.479742, -3.021592
I started work at 9 years olf: 23.810332, 90.412518
I had to leave my daughter to look after my family: 23.810332, 90.412518
Peshawar School Massacre : 24.867541, 67.035828
Assassination of Benazir Bhutto : 24.861462, 67.009939
We used to live like a family: 51.507351, -0.127758
Feeding the Homeless in Pomona: 34.055103, -117.749991
Obama\'s healthcare reform was a critical first step: 38.897609, -77.036735
The whole world celebrated Obama\'s 2008 election victory: 48.208174, 16.373819
Obama offered false hope: 48.208174, 16.373819
Obama accomplishments: LGBT Family Immigration Rights: 48.790447, 11.497889
My spouse was regognized - it changed my options in life: 48.132184, 16.358643
Women\'s March in NYC: 40.712784, -74.005941