Shocking Video Could Throw Georgian Election

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Insider Attacks Hinder Transition Out Of Afghanistan

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Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles attend a campaign rally in Valencia, Venezuela, on Thursday. Capriles is running against President Hugo Chavez in the country's Oct. 7 election. Rodrigo Abd/AP hide caption

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Venezuela's Young Voters Courted Heavily In Election

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Mohammed Naeem, a driver, holds up a framed photo of two relatives he says were killed by militant leader Abdullah near the western city of Herat. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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The Tricky Business Of Reintegrating The Taliban

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U.K.'s Simmering Class Tensions Roil Over 'Plebe' Flap

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Reporting On Hope, Despair In The Middle East

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U.S. Increases Aid To Syria As Violence Rages On

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Spain Climbs Toward What It Hopes Is Recovery

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The ingredients for a vrai bouillaibaisse at Le Miramar in Marseille, France. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Bouillabaisse: From Humble Beginnings To High-Class Tourist Meal

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People with disabilities take part in a march against the government's new austerity measures in central Athens on Thursday. Petros Giannakouris/AP hide caption

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More Austerity Looms For Weary Greeks

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Bo Xilai, one of the country's most prominent politicians before he fell from grace this year, was expelled from the Communist Party on Friday. He is shown here in March Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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A worker separates tomatoes at a market in Mexico City. The Commerce Department says it might act to end a 16-year-old trade deal governing fresh Mexican tomatoes sold in the U.S. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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A money-changer in the Afghan city of Herat counts a stack of Iranian bills. More and more Iranian currency is being brought in by smugglers to exchange for dollars, which then go back to Iran. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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Can't Change Your Money In Iran? Try Afghanistan

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