Last month, military investigators began a process to charge Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael Barbera in the 2007 fatal shooting of two deaf, unarmed Iraqi youths. Mario Tama/AP hide caption

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A Soldier Accused, But Few Answers In Death Of Iraqi Teens

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Zahir Janmohamed on his terrace in Juhapura, in the Muslim ghetto of Ahmedabad. Miranda Kennedy/ NPR hide caption

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In Gujarat, Anti-Muslim Legacy Of 2002 Riots Still Looms

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Palestinian refugee Lawahez Burghal stuffs tripe with rice and garbanzo beans for her family in their home in the Amari refugee camp in the West Bank. Many refugees still depend on the United Nations for food, health care and education. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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Palestinian Refugees On Losing Side Of UN Budget Crunch

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Arinafe Makwiti, 13, says her parents forced her to drop out of school and get married to an older man last year to help with the family finances. Makwiti has divorced her husband, but now has a 9-month-old daughter. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Five Things You May Not Know About Child Marriage

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The sandstone monument to the second Mughul Emperor Humayun, now restored to its former glory, is the centerpiece of an enclosed garden complex. Construction began in 1570 and marked the beginning of the Mogul dynasty's major building projects. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Restoring The Mausoleum That Helped Inspire The Taj Mahal

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Bickering In Bangladesh; Curling; Glow-In-The-Dark Tattoos

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New Pope's 'Dream' Includes Tolerance, Compassion And Tradition

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Thousands Of Children As Young As 6 Work In Bolivia's Mines

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Nairobi Seeks Answers 2 Months After 'Kenya's 9/11'

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This photo taken on Nov. 9 and released on Nov. 30 by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency shows American Merrill Newman inking his thumbprint onto a written apology for his alleged crimes both as a tourist and during his participation in the Korean War. KCNA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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More than 100 Haitians were rescued this week after their crowded sailboat capsized. At least 30 more were reported dead. U.S. Coast Guard via Getty Images hide caption

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Crossing The Sea For Freedom A Familiar Story For Americans

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How to make dead fish look attractive? That's the challenge New York-based duo Shimon and Tammar Rothstein faced when they were hired to do the photography for famed French chef Eric Ripert's book On the Line. Photos by Shimon and Tammar, Courtesy of Shimon and Tammar hide caption

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Afghans hold large, expensive weddings, even those involving families of modest means. More than 600 people attended this recent marriage at a large wedding hall in Kabul. Sean Carberry/NPR hide caption

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Crashing An Afghan Wedding: No Toasts But Lots Of Cheesy Music

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