Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy meets with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Egypt's Relations With U.S.: 'It's Like A Marriage. It's Not A Fling'

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South Sudan: History Was Always Against Us

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Families of kidnapped schoolgirls attend a meeting with the local government in the remote town of Chibok, Nigeria. Afolabi Sotunde/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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'Have Mercy On Our Little Ones': Kidnapping Agonizes Nigerians

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People attend South Africa's Freedom Day celebrations in Pretoria, with the federal Union Building in the background Sunday. The day marks the end of the apartheid era, when all races went to the polls to vote in historic 1994 elections. AP hide caption

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A New Vision For Online Dating: A Profile In Pictures

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Magida Safaoui, right, and an assistant plate tomatoes at a Trio Toques event in April. Safaoui helps out the three chefs who run the restaurant. Doreen Akiyo Yomoah for NPR hide caption

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Theoneste Rwayitare, a Rwandan refugee who resettled in Vermont last year, pours powdered milk into a bucket for milking at the Vermont Goat Collaborative's Pine Island Farm. Angela Evancie for NPR hide caption

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Got My Goat? Vermont Farms Put Fresh Meat On Refugee Tables

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Hawaiian Airlines Flight 45 after its arrival on Monday at Maui's Kahului Airport. After the same flight landed on Sunday, a California teen emerged from the left rear wheel well. Oskar Garcia/AP hide caption

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U.N. Blames Rebel Forces For South Sudan Massacre

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Slaughter In South Sudan Raises Fears Of Future Violence

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Nigerian Activist Chooses Exile Over Life In The Closet

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Search Efforts For Nigerian Schoolgirls Dogged By Shifting Numbers

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Egyptians Fear Power Outages Could Fuel More Unrest

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South Sudanese fleeing an attack on the town of Rank, on Saturday. The United Nations says when rebels seized the town of Bentiu, south of Rank, earlier this month, hundreds became victims of ethnically targeted killings. Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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