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Cattle stand in a heavily irrigated pasture in Oregon's Upper Klamath Basin. The state has ordered ranchers in the region to shut down irrigation. The move is aimed at protecting the rights of Indian tribes who live downstream. Amelia Templeton for NPR hide caption

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Water Wars: Who Controls The Flow?

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Female supporters of Iranian presidential candidate Saeed Jalili, Iran's top nuclear negotiator, chant slogans at a campaign rally in Tehran on Wednesday, two days ahead of the election. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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As Sanctions Squeeze, Iranians Keep Improvising

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Millions of bats live in Bracken Cave, in a rural area near San Antonio. Conservationists are worried that plans for a multithousand-unit housing development will disrupt the bat colony. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Massive Bat Cave Stirs Texas-Size Debate Over DevelopmentTPR

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