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All Things Considered for November 28, 2010

A Mexican soldier patrols the tunnel discovered on Thanksgiving Day at a warehouse in Tijuana. Francisco Vega/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Drug Tunnel Discovery Signals New Cartel In Town

Drug Tunnel Discovery Signals New Cartel In Town

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Gang of Four releases a politically outspoken comeback album in January. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Best Of 'Song Of The Day'

The Best Of 'Song Of The Day'

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All Things Considered for November 27, 2010

Shin Eung-ho eats pizza and talks on the phone inside a togulbang, a small capsule-like room, at Inspa World in Incheon, South Korea. The 12-year-old fled Yeongpyeong island with his family. Doualy Xaykaothao/For NPR hide caption

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Fearing More Clashes, South Koreans Take Refuge

Fearing More Clashes, South Koreans Take Refuge

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Aasif Mandvi plays Samir, a high-class chef who takes over his father's Indian restaurant after he has a heart attack. Matthew Cohen Creative hide caption

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'Daily Show' Star Whips Up A Food Movie -- And More

'Daily Show' Star Whips Up A Food Movie -- And More

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Manolo Cardona (left) and Cristian Mercado inĀ Undertow, Peru's nominee for a foreign-language Oscar. Courtesy Dynamo Producciones hide caption

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'Undertow:' The Pull Of A Lover, Even After Death

'Undertow:' The Pull Of A Lover, Even After Death

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Singer Wyclef Jean on the phone with the office of Haitian President Rene Preval. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics And Music In Wyclef Jean's Haitian Experience

Politics And Music In Wyclef Jean's Haitian Experience

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