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Ilorin and moved to the Command Secondary School, the harder we will hit them and at the end of the day, and in fact when you see cars parked in places where they are not expected to be parked,N. more than 300000 refugees and immigrants have tried to cross from the Middle East to Europe through the Mediterranean in 2015 The following chart displays that data by the region from which the refugees have fled As one can see it wasn’t until 1960 that the UN began to track refugees by their country of origin so the first decade of data generically identifies the displaced as being from various or unknown locations While the Middle East has produced its fair share of refugees for decades there is a marked uptick in refugees from the region since the crisis in Syria began Mouse over a bar to see the precise number of refugees from a location in a given year Methodology The UN refugee agency categorizes displaced persons into several categories This chart focuses on those designated as “Refugees (including refugee-like situations)” which constitute the majority of those in the database Contact us at [email protected] Rabia Chaudry is a National Security Fellow at the New America Foundation Serial was not what I expected It also was not what I wanted Fifteen years after Adnan Syed was arrested when I decided it was time to get a journalist to look at what I have always held as a wrongful conviction I did it thinking that reporters can go places most of us can’t They have ways of tracking down information getting people to talk and resources the average person doesn’t A year ago I was not hoping Sarah Koenig would create a show based on the case that would become a worldwide sensation; I was hoping she would uncover the truth about who killed Hae Min Leea truth that would exonerate Adnan In her search for the truth Koenig has taken us all along for the ride with her Like the rest of the fans I listened each Thursday with anticipation; unlike most others I also listened with anxiety and trepidation Koenig did dozens of interviews that I wasn’t privy to and found many documents I had never seen before And each week while I was aware of the major plot points and flaws in the case she revealed morsels of information I had never heard or considered Would it make Adnan look good Would it make him look bad What would people people who don’t know him one bit think about him this week I can’t lie I haven’t always been happy with Koenig’s reporting with her not drawing hard and fast conclusions about issues and people I wanted Koenig’s judgement but in most cases she refused or wasn’t able to give it I wanted her to be an advocate for Adnan but she couldn’t be I understood why but I hoped otherwise Read more Everything We Know as Serials Season 1 Ends What she did do successfully was blow wide open the idea of a fair criminal justice process She brought to light questions of religious and ethnic bias prosecutorial misconduct police manipulation of witnesses reasonable doubt evidential reliability ineffective assistance of counsel maximum sentences juvenile detention and appellate logjams It sounds like a crazy litany of “everything-that-could-go-wrong” in a trial except that all of these things did go wrong in Adnan’s case And Adnan’s case is no outlier – for any and every wrongfully convicted person you can assume almost everything went wrong A few weeks ago Koenig visited me do a follow-up interview None of that interview made it into the remaining episodes but at that time and on the mic she told me that after a year of investigating she had failed to find a smoking gun She found nothing that either condemned Adnan for certain and nothing that exonerated him for certain It was not a punch to the gut necessarily but a quiet closing of a chapter that I had held open for 15 years In the midst of the enormous coverage of the case and show of hearty congratulations for staying on it of lots of movement by the different teams of lawyers now working to help Adnan I felt like a failure After making the decision unilaterally to get media involved I’ve felt heavily responsible for the pain it’s forced Adnan and his loved ones to go through It would be worth it I hoped Something concrete would surface Koenig wouldn’t tolerate the fuzziness She would dig till she struck rock Read more Adnan Syeds Family Finds Comfort in Serial Podcast It never seemed like a possibility that the only thing digging deep would do is bring up more mud cloud up the air further A single point of clarity is what I hoped for and that eluded me It eluded Koenig I’ve been asked a number of times if I regret taking the case to her On that count I say absolutely not As disheartening as it is that no smoking gun was found the case has ironically been brought back to life because of the mud not in spite of it If reasonable doubt existed 15 years ago it abounds now Other attorneys blogged about the inconsistencies in the investigation and in the trial National organizations have come forward compelled by the religious bigotry that the state injected into the case The Innocence Project is pushing forward with testing DNA evidence Volunteer lawyers and firms have stepped up to advocate for Adnan and develop a grassroots campaign for him Old classmates and friends and even old lawyers of Adnan have come forward to help The post-conviction appeal has gotten new life thanks to the Court of Special Appeals taking an interest and because of Koenig’s interview with Asia McClain And I’ll continue to blog sharing documents and information updating people on Adnan and his case Not all is lost then We are back to where we were before Koenig before Serial Back in court but this time with millions of eyes watching It’s nearly impossible to tell how all of the legal machinations will bear out there are many ways this could go But it is going slowly but surely somewhere In that same last interview Koenig did with me she asked me if I would ever walk away from the case from Adnan I told her that if it was proven to me irrefutably that he was guilty I would walk away A little later over tea I asked her what would happen after Serial Would she walk away She said no And the chapter I thought permanently closed opened back up again if only a little The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Read next: 7 Great Podcasts To Get Hooked On Now That Serials Over Write to Rabia Chaudry at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors who was world number one for the first time in February 2004. 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And one that actually looks pretty awesome.The Senate Leader, is intra-religious conflicts." Thats what he said. when it disappears, it’s possible fans will know the end of the story before the The Winds of Winter ever sees the light of day. Read next: Mark Zuckerbergs 3 Best Quotes on Facebooks Future Download TIMEs mobile app for iOS to have your world explained wherever you go Contact us at [email protected] Mark,Steven Arteaga phoned his mother in the late hours to tell her to put her hopes on hold – a judge had blocked President Barack Obama’s immigration executive action who was then confirmed by the World Health Assembly (WHA),com/SMZeFZlRv4 — Alberto Rodríguez (@AlbertoRodNews) August 4.

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