Palestinian children play in the rubble of a house that was hit by an Israeli strike during Israel's recent military offensive in the Gaza Strip Saturday. Hatem Moussa/AP hide caption

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Now What? The State Of Palestinian Statehood

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Night falls on a Syrian rebel-controlled area on Thursday, the same day an Internet blackout struck the country. The cause is still unclear, but many claim the Syrian government was responsible. Narciso Contreras/AP hide caption

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Shutdowns Counter The Idea Of A World-Wide Web

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Mexico's new president, Enrique Pena Nieto, has made big promises in a country with a mixed record. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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High Expectations Welcome Mexico's New President

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Some Restaurants In Israel Declare A Kosher Rebellion

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The graves were apparently opened and reopened multiple times, serving more than one generation. Courtesy of ACT Project hide caption

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In Pakistan, Secrets Of A 3,000-Year-Old Cemetery

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Far From Mexico, Students Try Saving Aztec Language

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Catholic Nun At Center Of Mexico's Drug War

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Angel Salvatory, 17, buys cloth at a market in Kabanga village in Tanzania. Albinos living in a nearby protection center are allowed to go to the local market as long as they travel in a group for their own safety. Jacquelyn Martin for NPR hide caption

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Tanzania's Albinos Face Constant Threat Of Attack

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Egypt's Constitution Vote Mired In Controversy

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U.N.'s Palestine Vote: Symbolic Or Game-Changer?

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