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Fethullah Gulen sits in a room at his compound in Saylorsburg, Pa. He has lived in exile in the United States since the late 1990s. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blames Gulen for last year's failed coup and is seeking his extradition. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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Cleric Accused Of Plotting Turkish Coup Attempt: 'I Have Stood Against All Coups'

Nearing the anniversary of the coup attempt, Fethullah Gulen tells NPR's Robert Siegel that if he were to be extradited, he'd "go willingly." As for Turkey's president: "I want to spit in his face."

Strange Constellations Bombay Dub Orchestra
Time Is the Enemy Quantic
Way of the Samurai Deceptikon
The Front Door Valerie June
Reel 6 Break 4 Pretty Lights

Hundreds of pro-EU supporters gather on Whitehall on the first anniversary of the Brexit referendum to protest against the process of Britain leaving the European Union. Wiktor Szymanowicz/Barcroft Media via Getty Images hide caption

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In Britain, New Dating Apps Let Brexit Opponents 'Remain' With Each Other

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Pacific Theme Broken Social Scene
As It Is Reservation Hall Jazz Band

Eloise's dog, Weenie, wasn't always a pug, as evidenced by this 1954 Hilary Knight drawing. Collection of Hilary Knight/Copyright Kay Thompson/ New York Historical Society hide caption

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'Eloise At The Museum' Tells The Story Behind The Beloved Mischief-Maker

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Cotton Wool Deep East Music
Funk Design (Interlude) The Free Design

Fethullah Gulen sits in a room at his compound in Saylorsburg, Pa. He has lived in exile in the United States since the late 1990s. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blames Gulen for last year's failed coup and is seeking his extradition. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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Cleric Accused Of Plotting Turkish Coup Attempt: 'I Have Stood Against All Coups'

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Alf Leila Wa Leila (Introduction) Ibrahim Maalouf
Dye Tycho

There's a severe shortage of professional mental health care providers in Texas. Peer specialists — certified and paid — have begun to bridge the gap. Texas is one of more than 35 states that finance peer services through Medicaid. Martin Barraud/Getty Images hide caption

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In Texas, People With Mental Illness Are Finding Work Helping Peers

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Moon RRAREBEAR
Bullet Girl John Butler Trio

Nominee for FBI Director Christopher Wray will have his confirmation hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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FBI Director Nominee Christopher Wray Could Help Steady The Bureau Amid Turmoil

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Vanessa Gueringer was born and raised in the Lower Ninth. She holds the Army Corps of Engineers responsible for her home being destroyed during Hurricane Katrina. Tegan Wendland/WWNO hide caption

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Army Corps Faces Mountain Of Mistrust In New Orleans' Ninth Ward

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Whiplash Hank Levy

Dina Nayeri is also the author of A Teaspoon of Earth and Sea. Anna Leader/Riverhead Books hide caption

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'I'm A Bit Of A Chameleon': A Writer Draws From Her Own Life In 'Refuge'

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Take Wing The Polish Ambassador
Río Ancho [Rumba] Paco de Lucía