Golf's Storied St. Andrews Old Course Gets Facelift

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President Francois Hollande argues that homework puts poor children at a disadvantage, but others argue the extra work is needed to help those students succeed. Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pencils Down? French Plan Would End Homework

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U.K. Judge: British Press Needs Powerful Watchdog

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Obama's Foreign Policy, Take Two

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Message Behind African Heaters For Norway Spoof

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Britain's tabloids ruined many lives, a judge concludes. Now, he's recommending more oversight. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Report Proposes Tougher Oversight For British Press

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Remains Thought To Be King Richard III

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Judge's Report Due On Regulating British Press

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European dairy farmers spray police officers with milk during a demonstration outside the European Parliament in Brussels on Monday. Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP hide caption

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Activists from the Young Guard, which supports Russian President Vladimir Putin, have been protesting the Mormon church in Russia, calling it a "totalitarian cult." Konstantin Zavrazhin/Getty Images hide caption

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In Russia, Pro-Putin Youths Protest Mormons As 'Cult'

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Fikri Toros, a Turkish Cypriot businessman, says his family's company struggled for years because of embargoes and a weak Turkish lira. But its fortunes have improved with Turkey's economy. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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For Cyprus' North And South, A Reversal Of Fortunes

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Nov. 7: A protester wrapped in a Greek flag stands in front of the parliament in Athens. Today's agreement may not bring an end to anti-austerity protests in Greece. Louisa Gouliamaki /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Teri Schultz reporting on the deal for the NPR Newscast

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Britain's Central Bank Picks Canadian As New Chief

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Residents of Mutriku, a fishing village on Spain's northern coast, lounge at their local beach, protected from fierce Atlantic waves by a cement breakwater that also houses Europe's first wave energy plant. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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Spain Expands Renewables With Wave-Powered Electricity Plant

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