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A Government Born In Protest, Faces Widespread Protest

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Thai Officials Want To Silence Critics, Scholar Charged With Insulting Monarchy

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News Brief: DACA Deal Is Stalled, North Korea Talks

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Police In Venezuela Say They've Destroyed A Terrorist Cell

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Pope Francis Begins South American Trip In Chile

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Koreas Hold Border Talks, U.S., Canada Hold Summit On Nuclear Threat

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A century ago, many new immigrants to the United States ended up returning home. And it often took a while for those who stayed to learn English and integrate into American society. Chad Riley/Getty Images hide caption

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The Huddled Masses And The Myth Of America

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Catherine Deneuve apologized to victims after an open letter she co-signed sparked accusations that she was defending those guilty of sexual assault. Arthur Mola/Arthur Mola/Invision/AP hide caption

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With Its Economy In Crisis, Tunisia Sees Protests Across The Country

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What Effect ISIS' Declaration Of War Against Hamas Could Have In The Middle East

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Catherine Deneuve Apologizes To Victims Of Sexual Violence For Letter About #MeToo

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A skull discovered at a sacred Aztec temple. A new study analyzed DNA extracted from the teeth of people who died in a 16th century epidemic that destroyed the Aztec empire, and found a type of salmonella may have caused the epidemic. Alexandre Meneghini/AP hide caption

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Budgets Suffer After A Drop In International Student Enrollment

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Poor Economic Conditions Spur Protests Across Tunisia

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Station F, a massive startup incubator in Paris, gathers a whole entrepreneurial ecosystem under one roof. Bertrand Guay/Pool Photo via AP hide caption

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Wave Of Capitalist Optimism Sweeps Across Paris

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Tunisia Celebrations And Protests Mark 7 Years Since Revolution

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A Mexican soldier piles poppies for incineration near the town of Tlacotepec, in Guerrero state, Mexico. The army says it slashes and burns poppy when fields are too difficult to access by helicopter or when it wants to protect fruits and vegetables growing nearby. James Fredrick for NPR hide caption

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On The Hunt For Poppies In Mexico — America's Biggest Heroin Supplier

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A Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737 passenger plane is seen stuck in mud on an embankment, a day after skidding off the airstrip, after landing at Trabzon's airport on the Black Sea coast on Jan. 14. STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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