Family Finds Medieval Well Under Their House

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Group Announces 2 Pussy Riot Members Flee Russia

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Anders Behring Breivik in court today. Odd Andersen /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition'

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Norway's Mass Murder Sentenced To 21 Years

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Good Deed Ruins Prized Spanish Fresco

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Police examine the site of a car bomb in the Russian city of Kazan on July 19. Ildus Faizov, the mufti of Tatarstan and the top Islamic leader in the region, was wounded in the explosion, while his deputy, Valiulla Yakupov, was shot dead in a separate incident on the same day. Roman Kruchinin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Attacks Raise Specter Of Radical Islam In Russia

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What Pussy Riot Ruling Means For Russian Regime

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Many Romanian kids who grow up in orphanages lack life skills when they leave the institutions at age 18. At Grosuleac's home, boys go to school, get jobs and do household chores. Here, Emanuel prepares a rice dish for dinner. Meghan Collins Sullivan for NPR hide caption

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BBC Weatherman Apologizes For Inaccurate Forecast

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A disabled and orphaned Romanian child in his bed at the Targu Jiu orphanage in southwestern Romania in 2009. Romania has, in general, improved conditions in orphanages that provoked outrage when they were exposed internationally nearly a quarter-century ago. However, some 70,000 kids are still in the care of the state. Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What's Inside The CIA's Polish Prison

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Language Law Lays Bare Divisions In Ukraine

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