Despite Violence, Kyrgyzstan Approves Constitution

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Kyrgyz Vote On Constitution May Be Delayed

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Ethnic Uzbek women from Kyrgyzstan plead for help at a refugee camp in Nariman on the border with Uzbekistan. Tens of thousands of minority Uzbeks have fled their homes in the wake of ethnic violence last week in southern Kyrgyzstan. Oxana Onipko/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Uzbeks In Limbo As Misery Grows In Kyrgyzstan

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Calm Returns, Fear Remains, In Kyrgyzstan's South

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Kyrgyz City Osh Rocked By Ethnic Violence

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Hundreds Reported Killed In Kyrgyzstan Riots

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Uzbeks Flee Ethnic Rioting In Kyrgyzstan

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Police Chiefs Address Arizona's New Immigration Law

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Jamaica Police Gain Hold On Drug Lord's Stronghold

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Seoul Resumes Propaganda War Against North Korea

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Pakistan Probes Network Ties To Times Square Plot

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Discontent Over Russia's Ruling Party At A Simmer

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Russia's Lake Baikal, in southern Siberia, is roughly the size of Maryland. It's home to one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply and to unique species, including a freshwater seal. The United Nations refers to Baikal as Russia's "Galapagos." Now, environmentalists say it is under threat after the Russian government ordered the reopening of a paper mill on the lake's shore. David Greene/NPR hide caption

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Russians Debate Fate Of Lake: Jobs Or Environment?

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Ulle Noodapera is a pharmacist at Town Hall Pharmacy, which first opened for business in Tallinn, Estonia, in 1422. It's famous for selling aphrodisiacs — but even more famous for a piece of almond candy that allegedly cures those who are lovestruck. Raigo Pajula/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Heartsick? An Estonian Pharmacy May Have A Cure

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