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All Things Considered for April 26, 2014

Tiffany Contreras gives a presentation in a nutrition class at Tulsa Community College. She's pursuing a degree in nursing as part of the Career Advance program. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Struggling To Get Out Of Poverty: The 'Two Generation' Approach

Struggling To Get Out Of Poverty: The 'Two Generation' Approach

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Relatives carry a casket bearing the body of a Mount Everest avalanche victim for cremation in Kathmandu on Monday. Prakash Mathema /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fear For Sherpas' Future Grows With Each Climbing Tragedy WNYC Radio

Fear For Sherpas' Future Grows With Each Climbing Tragedy

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Ron Capps talks with refugees in the Kisna Reka refugee camp some 15 miles from Pristina, Kosovo, in 1998. In his role as a U.S. diplomatic monitor, Capps traveled through Kosovo gathering intelligence from refugees and Serb forces about the situation in the region. Santiago Lyon/AP hide caption

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How An Army Officer And Diplomat Wrote His Way Through Trauma

How An Army Officer And Diplomat Wrote His Way Through Trauma

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Nnamdi Azikiwe street, a commercial street in Lagos, Nigeria, Tuesday, 24 2005. GEORGE OSODI/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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In 'Every Day Is For The Thief,' Cole Chronicles A City's Reality

In 'Every Day Is For The Thief,' Cole Chronicles A City's Reality

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Jazz singer René Marie's latest release is I Wanna Be Evil: With Love to Eartha Kitt. Janice Yim/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Singing, Sex And The Importance Of Being Eartha

René Marie On Singing, Sex And The Importance Of Being Eartha

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