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Officer Killed In Niger Attack Laid To Rest In South Florida

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Why The Somalia Attack Is Being Compared To Sept. 11

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A Look A The Health Crisis In Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

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Spain Will Fire Catalonia Leaders, Force New Elections

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U.S. Troops On North-South Korea Border Gear Up Amid War Threat

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Milan And Venice Head To Polls In Push For Greater Autonomy From Italy

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500 Years Since 95 Theses, Martin Luther's Legacy Divides Some Of His Descendants

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Why The Fall Of Raqqa Doesn't Signify The End Of The Islamic State

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Tillerson Off To Middle East And South Asia For A Round Of Diplomatic Tests

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Spain Moves To Crush Catalonia's Autonomy Bid

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Photographer Documenting Rohingya Crisis Describes The Images That Stayed With Him

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The Tianshan No. 1 glacier is melting fast, receding by at least 30 feet each year. Scientists warn that the glacier — the source of the Urumqi River, which more than 4 million people depend on — may disappear in the next 50 years. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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'Impossible To Save': Scientists Are Watching China's Glaciers Disappear

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People discard possessions last month that were damaged by flooding brought on by Hurricane Harvey in Dickinson, Texas. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Intelligence Official On Iran Nuclear Deal

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Russian Magazine Says 'Trolls' Used Social Media To Disrupt U.S. Election

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Russian Operatives Secretly Ran Websites To Emphasize Divisive Issues In U.S.

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A U.S. Army team transfers the remains of Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright, 29, of Lyons, Ga., at Dover Air Force Base, Del., on Oct. 5. Wright was one of four U.S. troops killed in an ambush in Niger. U.S. forces work with many African militaries. While the Americans are advising and assisting in most cases, they also travel into the field, where they can face combat. Staff Sgt. Aaron J. Jenne/U.S. Air Force via AP hide caption

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Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike greets supporters in the rain during a campaign stop in the Shibuya district last Friday. John Matthews/for NPR hide caption

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Tokyo Governor Hopes Her New 'Party Of Hope' Will Shake Up Japanese Politics

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Iran Nuclear Deal Is Not Renegotiable, Iran's Ambassador To The U.N. Says

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