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A Journalist Bears Witness To Mugabe's Massacre

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'Less Than Human': The Psychology Of Cruelty

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In 1992, 28,800 rubber ducks were lost at sea. What happened to them is the subject of Donovan Hohn's book Moby-Duck. Jose Gil/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'Moby-Duck': When 28,800 Bath Toys Are Lost At Sea

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'Fear' Details Mugabe's Brutalities in Zimbabwe

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This pair of folding screens illustrates the 1,000-year-old novel Tale of the Genji. The painting is attributed to Kano Eitoku-Momoyama. Sackler Gallery/AP hide caption

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Reading List: Books To Help You Understand Japan

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Head Over Heels For 'Boys Over Flowers'

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Starbucks CEO: Can You 'Get Big And Stay Small'?

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Children's Book Apps: A New World Of Learning

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