Oscar Pistorius's impact on disabled sports

An American Paralympian who will never forget Oscar Pistorius's impact on disabled sports; a US soldier's quest to save the family of his Iraqi interpreter; the Indiana Jones of meteorites; the story behind how the UN found a home in New York and the beauty of maps.

(Image: Oscar Pistorius. Credit: ANTONIN THUILLIER/AFP/GettyImages)

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Former US Army captain Blake Hall with his interpreter “Roy”

Former US Army captain Blake Hall with his interpreter “Roy”
Former US Army captain Blake Hall (far left), in Iraq with his interpreter "Roy" (right). In 2008, Roy was killed, along with six US soldiers by a bomb in Iraq. His family recently arrived in California after receiving threats for Roy’s work with the US military. Photo Credit: Emmet Cullen.

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