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All Things Considered for March 17, 2012

Afghan President Hamid Karzai lashed out at the United States on Friday, saying he is at the "the end of the rope" because of the lack of U.S. cooperation into a probe of a killing spree allegedly carried out by an American soldier. Ahmad Jamshid/AP hide caption

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Rift Widens Between U.S. And An Angry Karzai

Rift Widens Between U.S. And An Angry Karzai

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John Demjanjuk emerges from the courtroom with his lawyers after a judge sentenced him to five years in prison for charges related to 28,060 counts of accessory to murder in May 2011 in Munich, Germany. Johannes Simon/Getty Images hide caption

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Convicted Nazi Camp Guard John Demjanjuk Dies

Convicted Nazi Camp Guard John Demjanjuk Dies

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Two pairs of filmmaking brothers are both releasing movies this weekend. In Jeff, Who Lives at Home, by the Duplass brothers Jay and Mark, Pat (Ed Helms) and Jeff (Jason Segel) encounter each other in a day fraught with fateful events. Also opening is The Kid with a Bike, a Belgian slice-of-life drama from the Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc.. Paramount Vantage hide caption

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Betting On Two Pairs Of Filmmaking Brothers

Betting On Two Pairs Of Filmmaking Brothers

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James Mercer has been the singer and songwriter behind The Shins since 1997. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Port Of Morrow,' The Shins Sail Back To The 1970s

On 'Port Of Morrow,' The Shins Sail Back To The 1970s

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