A rebel militiaman stands guard at a Libyan oil refinery Sunday in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition leadership has stressed that oil facilities in rebel-held territory are safe, despite the conflict roiling the country. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Libyan Rebels: Oil Will Keep Flowing, 'No Problem'

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Evidence Of Gadhafi's Downfall On Display In East

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Responding To Protests, Gadhafi Makes Bloody Appeal

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Arab League Reprimands Libya's Gadhafi

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Opposition Controls Parts Of Libya; Tripoli In Turmoil

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Protests Escalate In Libya

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Libya Will Fight Until 'Last Man Standing'

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Mexico's Drug War Keeps Tourists From Monarchs

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In the coastal city of Petit Goave, construction of transitional shelters by aid groups is moving ahead. Valentina Pasquali /NPR hide caption

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Haiti Rebuilds At Faster Pace Outside Capital

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Louisanna Dema has lived along the median of Route Nationale 2, just south of Port-au-Prince, for just over a year. She and her family are finally moving out of their sheet metal shack and into a "transitional shelter" provided by a relief agency. Valentina Pasquali/For NPR hide caption

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Haitians Tear Down Camp On Highway Median

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In Haiti, Cellphones Serve As Debit Cards

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Haitian Press Aggressively Hunt Their Prey

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Haiti's Political Crisis Grows More Complex

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Former president of Haiti Jean-Claude Duvalier (center) and his longtime companion, Veronique Roy, leave court Tuesday in Port-au-Prince. A judge will decide whether Duvalier will be tried on charges that include corruption and embezzlement. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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'Baby Doc' Duvalier Questioned, May Face Trial

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Former president of Haiti Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier waves to supporters from a hotel balcony Sunday after his arrival in Port-au-Prince. Duvalier returned to the country after nearly 25 years in exile. Dieu Nalio Chery/AP hide caption

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Former Exile 'Baby Doc' Lands In Haiti Amid Praise

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