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©   Adele Humbert, July 2016

© Adele Humbert, July 2016

There are 500 French children in Syria right now. They were taken by their radicalized parents who wanted to join ISIS. Now they want to come back... What will happen to the children? Emilie Denètre and I have been following two families for the past 6 months. Here are their stories.

 

This podcast is a co-production Medill Justice Project and Life of the Law. Eighteen-year-old Tonia Miller was accused of shaking her baby to death. A jury in Michigan convicted the young mother of second-degree murder and sentenced her to 20-30 years in state prison. But did she do it? What is shaken-baby syndrome?

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© Arte Radio

© Arte Radio

This "Postcard from New York" is a short experimental audio piece published on ARTE Radio audio blog for a 2016 sound summer competition. 

©  Adele Humbert, May 2016

© Adele Humbert, May 2016

For the first time in almost a century, the boats for the America’s Cup sailing race were in NYC in May. To celebrate this event, the America’s Cup Youth Education is teaching young new-yorkers how to sail. Adele Humbert has the story from the Hudson River.

Alexander Liebermann is composing the national anthem for the Liberland ©Adele Humbert

Alexander Liebermann is composing the national anthem for the Liberland ©Adele Humbert

In April, Vít Jedlička, a Czech libertarian, celebrated the "first anniversary" of "his country", Liberland. This tiny land is located on the Danube river, between Croatia and Serbia. The self-proclaimed president wants to build a tax-free micronation.

 

At Aerobo, engineers are testing the new Phantom 4  ©Adele Humbert

At Aerobo, engineers are testing the new Phantom 4 ©Adele Humbert