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“Now there is no one to feed us. I don’t know if my family can survive.”

Indian woman NUREJA KHATUN, 19, who has a baby and whose husband was arrested in a February crackdown on child marriage. The couple eloped when Khatun was 17.

“This wasn’t about a public safety training center. This was about anarchy ... about an attempt to destabilize.”

Atlanta Police Chief DARIN SCHIERBAUM, speaking on March 5 about protesters who torched construction equipment at a planned police training site and threw bricks, rocks, and firebombs at officers. Police arrested at least 35 people in response.

“Latest stinker. I’ll be home soon.”

A message ZACH MEERKREEBS, an assistant soccer coach at Asbury University, texted to his wife after delivering what he believed was a “whiffed” Feb. 8 chapel sermon on Romans 12 in the school’s Hughes Auditorium. Afterward, about 18 students stayed behind to worship and pray, sparking a dayslong “outpouring” (see “Praying for revival” in this issue).

“Antakya left me, and I will never go back.”

Syrian Christian archaeologist JOSEF NASEH, 69, telling The Wall Street Journal how he has lived his entire life in the ancient Turkish city formerly known as Antioch. The city was largely reduced to rubble during a series of February earthquakes.


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