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Ahmed al-Hurani, left, and his son, Bassam, live in the West Bank. Eleven members of their family living in Syria died in the chemical attack on Aug. 21. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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The U.S. Response To Syria

'The Family House Was Hit': Syrian Attack Kills Palestinians

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Benjamin Ferencz speaks at the inauguration of the "Memorial Nuremberg Trials" information and documentation center in Nuremberg, Germany, on Nov. 21, 2010. After World War II, Ferencz served as a chief prosecutor in the Nuremberg trials of Nazi war criminals. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nuremberg Prosecutor Makes The Case For Trying Assad

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In this 2011 photo, Tennessee Education Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Paul Hargrove and her finance officer, Andy Davis, stand after completing a presentation to a state Senate task force in Nashville. Erik Schelzig/AP hide caption

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Lottery Legend Has Seen A Lot Of Winning Tickets

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