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Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius joins Democratic senators at a news conference on Capitol Hill on Tuesday to announce new preventive health coverage for women that takes effect Wednesday. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Under Health Law, 'No-Cost' Birth Control Starts Today

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Most civilians have fled the Syrian town of Derat Azza after protracted shelling by Syrian troops. Shops are closed, and rebels are trying to tightly control any information flowing out of the town. Bunny Coleman for NPR hide caption

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Inside Rebel-Held Syria

In Syrian Conflict, Both Sides Vie To Control Message

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In this image provided by the Syrian opposition's Shaam News Network, a woman holds a child in front of their destroyed home in Tremseh, Syria, on July 14. The authenticity, content, location and date have not been independently verified. AP hide caption

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Inside Rebel-Held Syria

Unspinning The Narrative Of A Syrian Massacre

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A Free Syrian Army solider mans a checkpoint in the northern town of Ariha, on the outskirts of Idlib, Syria, last month. In rural areas held by rebels, new institutions are cropping up to fill the void left by the receding Syrian state. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Inside Rebel-Held Syria

In Syria's North, A Shadow State Emerges

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks in Bow, N.H., on July 20. On his upcoming trip, Romney plans to make stops in the United Kingdom, Israel and Poland. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Mitt Romney

Romney's Foreign Agenda: Listen, Learn, Olympics

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In this image taken July 16 and provided by Edlib News Network, a Syrian girl holds a poster that reads, "Greetings from Kfarnebel's children to the Free Syrian Army soldiers in Damascus," during a demonstration in Kfarnebel, Syria. Rebels hold large swaths of territory in rural Syria. Fighters in the village of Atima recently launched their first operation against the regime. AP hide caption

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Inside Rebel-Held Syria

In 'Free' Syrian Village, A Plea For U.S. Help

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