Pope Francis Visits Egypt Coptic Church After Bombings

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Pope Francis speaks in a video at the TED2017 conference Tuesday in Vancouver, British Columbia. The audience gave him a standing ovation after the talk, which stressed the importance of humility among the powerful. Ryan Lash /TED hide caption

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16-year-old Amaiya Zafar (left) spars in the Circle of Disclipline gym in Minneapolis earlier this month. USA Boxing has granted Zafar a religious exemption to fight in one bout while wearing hijab. Sarah O'Keefe-Zafar hide caption

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Writer Recalls Undergoing Female Genital Mutilation In The U.S.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. listening to a transistor radio in the front line of the third march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, to campaign for proper registration of black voters, March 23, 1965. Ralph Abernathy (second from left), Ralph Bunche (third from right) and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel (far right) march with him. William Lovelace/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia Labels Jehovah's Witnesses An Extremist Group

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Russia's Supreme Court Thursday banned the Jehovah's Witnesses' organization, classifying it an extremist group. The sect's Russia headquarters as well as some 400 local chapters are to be seized by the state. Ivan Sekretarev/AP hide caption

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A third-grader reads from the Quran. Neha Rashid /NPR hide caption

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This Islamic School Helps Students Build Their American And Muslim Identity

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Supreme Court Considers Separation Of Church And State In Playground Case

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For about 20 years starting in 1990, Brio magazine was the evangelical answer to Seventeen. Focus on the Family is bringing it back, saying they see a renewed need among teens for alternative voices. Courtesy of Brio hide caption

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Christian Teen Magazine 'Brio' Returns With A 'Biblical Worldview'

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