Syria And Russia Promise Safe Passage Out Of Aleppo, But Many Don't Trust It

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Have We Learned The Wrong Lessons From The Iraq War?

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A Blustery El Niño Departs The Stage, Making Way For La Niña

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Smoke rises over Saif Al Dawla district in Aleppo, Syria, in 2012. Russia and the Syrian government say they will open humanitarian corridors in Aleppo and offer a way out for opposition fighters wanting to lay down their arms, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Thursday. Manu Brabo/AP hide caption

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Call It A Cat And Cat Game

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You Think It's Hot Where You Are?

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A Father And Son Debate Venezuela's Economic Crisis

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Turkey Clamps Down On Media After Coup Attempt

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In 2004 Reid Brewer of the University of Alaska Southeast measured an unusual beaked whale that turned up dead in Alaska's Aleutian Islands. A tissue sample from the carcass later showed that the whale was one of the newly identified species. Don Graves hide caption

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Clinton Campaign Says Trump Is Encouraging 'Espionage' After Hacking Comment

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With 3 U.S. Citizens In Iranian Jail, A Look At What's Driving The Arrests

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Can Russia And The U.S. Really Work Together In Syria?

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Some of the more than 30,000 Nuer civilians sheltering in a United Nations base in South Sudan's capital Juba for fear of targeted killings by government forces walk by an armored vehicle and a watchtower manned by Chinese peacekeepers. Jason Patinkin/AP hide caption

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Mukhtar Mai has fought for justice for the past 14 years. Pakistan's Supreme Court has said it will review its own 2011 decision to uphold the acquittal of five of her attackers. Philip Reeves/NPR hide caption

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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (in suit and green tie) inspects a police honor guard as he arrives at the parliament in Ankara on Friday. A July 15 coup attempt was quickly crushed in Turkey, a country that has had multiple military takeovers in the past. Burhan Ozbilici/AP hide caption

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