Will Soleimani’s Murder in Baghdad Be Remembered Akin to Franz Ferdinand’s in Sarajevo?

In 1914, a young man called Gavrillo Princip ran out of a Sarajevo sandwich shop, pulled a Browning automatic out of his pocket and changed the world forever. The shots he fired that day plunged the world into the worst war it had ever seen, killing tens of millions, destroying empires and truly bringing about a seismic change in the world order.