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With the case “resolved, foreseeing a downturn in commodity prices."Politically active dreamboat" Rob Lowe stopped by the The Late Show to indulge in a little post-presidential debate discussion with Stephen Colbert Intimidation and besieged polling stations prevented some 2 million people from casting their ballots, the erratic coverage has been made far worse in recent years as many news organizations have shut their Paris bureaus and let their stringers drift away Then there is the question of how we failed to grasp the major threats unfolding close by even while we focused intently on the Syrian war thousands of miles away and on the overwhelming migrant crisis it has spawned in Europe After all almost all the Paris attackers were known to police either in France or in Belgium where most of them came from one tiny neighborhood Weeks after the attacks TIME dispatched me to Brussels a 90-minute train ride away to try to understand how the devastating plot had been hatched under the noses of officials seemingly asleep on the job I could stand in the office of the local mayor and look across the square into the apartment of some of the Paris attackers (all but one believed dead) before walking over and ringing their doorbells It took Belgian police more than four months to corner that one fugitive attacker on March 18 right in his neighborhood just a few blocks from the precinct That was hardly the end of the story Four days later his accomplices blew themselves up in Brussels Airport and in a subway train killing at least 31 people and injuring about 260 others Once again crowds of shaken residents huddled in a grand public square grieving not only for the dead but also for a lost insouciance the high price paid for years of governments slow-footedness "Its like they were blind" one Belgian journalist told me describing his countrys officials "They saw the screws on the Titanic but not the whole ship" Thats easy to say with hindsight But the same might also be said for journalists who had regularly quoted intelligence officials warning that a spectacular attack in Europesomewhere sometimeseemed likely Now those same officials are predicting an attack even bigger than Paris and Brussels "It will have terrible consequences" one intelligence veteran tells me How we cover the next horrific attack will depend not only on our journalistic smarts It will also rest on our editors wavering appetites for the quiet lulls in between With little demand from our news organizations to go deep inside communities journalists often find themselves scrambling for sources and understanding when major news occursas it is sure to do again The days of a big Paris foreign press corps might be gone forever But if the attacks have proved anything it is that Europe is no longer a place for frontline journalists simply to rest up before flying off to the next hotspot Vivienne Walt is a member of the Board of Governors of the Overseas Press Club of America This article was originally published in the OPC’s Dateline Magazine on the occasion of the OPC annual awards dinner in New York on April 28 2016 Contact us 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 editorsScenes From the Aftermath of Another Massive Quake in Nepal Nepalese search for open space as a strong earthquake hits Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Mast Irham—EPA Nepalese armed police force search for victims after a house collapsed in strong earthquake hits Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Narendra Shrestha—EPA Nepalese run for open space as a strong earthquake hits Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Mast Irham—EPA Nepalese military personnel and International rescue check on a collapsed building after an earthquake in the centre of Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Athit Perawongmetha—Reuters Nepalese rescue workers with a dog search for victims after a house collapsed during a strong earthquake in Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Narendra Shrestha—EPA Nepalese military personnel remove debris in search of survivors after a fresh 73 earthquake struck in Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Athit Perawongmetha—Reuters A patient is carried by Nepalese military personnel and volunteers back to the hospital building after she had been evacuated when an earthquake hit in Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Mast Irham—EPA People gather in the safety of open space following a further major earthquake in Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Jonas Gratzer—Getty Images People bring their injured to a Police Hospital in Kathmandu following a further major earthquake in Kathmandu on May 12 2015 Jonas Gratzer—Getty Images A woman stands on the debris of collapsed houses after a fresh 73-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal in Sankhu on May 12 2015 Navesh Chitrakar—Reuters 1 of 10 Advertisement Nepal was hit Tuesday morning by another major earthquake this time measuring 73 on the Richter magnitude scale The epicenter was located 76 km east of the capital Kathmandu according to the US Geological Survey Nepalese home ministry officials said at least 65 people were killed in the quake across three countries CNN reports including at least 17 in India Another was killed in Tibet and the Nepal Home Ministry said the total injury toll across the region is now 1926 The quake which was centered near Mt Everest was strong enough to topple yet more buildings and cause further landslides in Nepal as well as in northern India The impact was felt as far away as New Delhi Areas to the northeast of Kathmandu were said to be worst hit by the strong temblor with 31 of the country’s 75 districts affected The country is still recovering from a devastating quake on April 25 that claimed over 8000 lives Read next: How Photographers Are Using Instagram to Help Nepal The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now James Nachtwey’s Dispatches from Nepal Bodies are prepared for cremation during a Hindu ritual at the Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu on April 28 2015 three days after a 78 magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal killing at least 7000 people and causing untold damage James Nachtwey for TIME During funeral rites in Kathmandu on April 28 2015 women mourn for loved ones killed in the earthquake James Nachtwey for TIME A man performs a Hindu cremation ritual at the Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu April 28 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME A man sorts through the wreckage of destroyed homes in the ancient city of Bhaktapur near Kathmandu April 28 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME Residents search through the debris in Bhaktapur April 28 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME A body is found in the wreckage in Bhaktapur April 29 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME Nepal’s 78 magnitude earthquake has caused massive destruction of historical temples and palaces like this ancient and sacred site in Bhaktapur April 29 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME Destroyed farming villages are seen from a helicopter during an Indian Army relief mission to Nepal’s remote Nuwakot District April 30 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME After being airlifted from a remote village to Kathmandu an injured woman is carried to receive care April 30 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME Villagers sort through rubble in Sankhu on the outskirts of Kathmandu May 1 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME Residents look through wreckage in the town of Sankhu which was largely destroyed in the earthquake May 1 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME A shadow is reflected on the remains of a collapsed house in the largely destroyed village of Sankhu on the outskirts of Katmandu May 1 2015 James Nachtwey for TIME 1 of 12 Advertisement Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] and another.

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