After Nigeria Attacks, Religious Groups Band Together

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Egyptians Divide As They Celebrate Together

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In Egypt: Charges, Trial Could Be Next, Says Sam LaHood

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Uprisings Still Plague Libya

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Glory Ndudi, a Christian, and her five children board a bus headed out of town on Wednesday. The recent bomb attacks that have targeted churches in Kano, Nigeria, have led to an exodus of Christians from the city. Grant Clark/NPR hide caption

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After Bombings, An Exodus From A Nigerian City

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Demonstrators carry posters of Abdelwahab Zaydoun, who set himself on fire and died from his burns Tuesday. Zaydoun was part of a movement protesting unemployment in Morocco. Abdeljalil Bounhar/AP hide caption

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In Morocco, Unemployment Can Be A Full-Time Job

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Darrag Discusses The Future Of Egypt

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Violence Compounds Problems In Nigeria

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President Obama has called on small, elite military units to carry out several risky operations in the past year, like the hostage rescue this week in Somalia. Here, Navy SEALs are shown during a training exercise at the John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. John Scorza/U.S. Navy hide caption

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Navy SEALs Rescue Kidnapping Victims In Somalia

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Egypt Marks Anniversary Of Revolution

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U.S. Raid Frees American, Dane Held In Somalia

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Egyptians Look Back On 1 Year Since The Revolution

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A police officer walks past the ruins of a market outside the state police headquarters in Kano, Nigeria, on Tuesday. Sunday Alamba/AP hide caption

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Nigeria's President Under Pressure To Quell Violence

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A Look At Egypt, One Year After Its Revolution

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