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    The incident occurred when a 14-year-old student, Ahmed Mohamed, was arrested on September 14, 2015, for bringing an alleged hoax bomb to school. The episode arose when Mohamed reassembled the parts of a digital clock in an 8-inch (20 cm) [4] pencil container, and brought it to school to show his teachers.

    Before World War II, Parsons had been the toast of Manila society, successful in business and unrivaled on the polo field, a gregarious, muscular expat American with a shock of wavy brown hair, a winning smile and an eagle tattooed across the expanse of his chest. Now, he needed respite and time to organize the intelligence he’d amassed in the field. He had ten days to burn before his rendezvous with a submarine that would take him back to MacArthur’s headquarters, so he sought safety in the port town of Jimenez, on the island of Mindanao. One of his many friends, Senator José Ozámiz, had a manor house there, and Parsons set himself up in a second-story room. Between naps, he began writing a voluminously detailed report for MacArthur: guerrilla leaders’ names and abilities; their men’s health and morale; plans for equipping them to track and report Japanese ship movements; where and how to build a bomber base.

    Bey’s photos are as intimate as they are lovely. His work on 2007’s “ Class Pictures ” features color portraits of students around the . paired with a short autobiographical statement. In an Aperture Foundation talk, Bey says that he heavily directed each subject likening each portrait to a “performance,” but one in which “they are performing themselves.”

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