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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Remixed And Retweeted

Propaganda has always been a part of war. Social media is expanding the battlefield, but sometimes it also creates a space for mutual respect.

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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Remixed And Retweeted

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Anna Swope, dressed as a stormtrooper from Star Wars, and her husband Stephen Goss, dressed as the films' Boba Fett, wait to use an ATM while attending the Fan Expo convention in Vancouver, B.C. Darryl Dyck /AP hide caption

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As Superheroes Go Mainstream, Comic Cons Get Corporate

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Rainbow In The Dark: Jenny Lewis On Staring Down Sadness

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To Meet A 'Mockingbird': Memoir Recalls Talks With Harper Lee

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Njoki Wa Ndegwa, left, mixes with fans of Jambo Boston Radio in Alabama last March. Jambo has become such a vital part of the Kenyan-American community it's touring the country, throwing big parties for its listeners. Courtesy Jambo Boston Network hide caption

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An American Radio Station That's Saying 'Jambo' To Kenyans

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Every Wednesday for a decade, Tim Bomba has been helping people in Santa Monica, Calif., get over their fears of the ocean. Carlo Allegri/Getty Images hide caption

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Learning To Love The Ocean After A Lifetime Of Fearing It

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