Iraqi Boy Lobbies World to Rebuild Hometown After IS
Before Islamic State militants attacked Karemlash in northern Iraq, Noeh Binoo, 13, was known as a champion marbles player in his hometown. He had a stash of over 6,000 marbles of many sizes and colors that he’d won from other children in the town. “Most of them are now buried in the ashes of my bedroom,”…
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