Rameses (Joel Edgerton) and his wife Nefertari (Golshifteh Farahani) try to save their stricken child, a victim of one of the plagues, in Exodus: Gods And Kings.
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November 27, 2014 Bob Mondello offers a selective preview of what Hollywood has in store for the holidays. There are musicals, there are biopics, and the seas literally will part.
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November 16, 2013 Sgt. 1st Class Michael Barbera allegedly shot and killed the unarmed teenagers, ordered the death of another, and then lied about what had happened.
A U.S. marine watches a statue of Saddam Hussein being toppled in Firdaus Square, in downtown Baghdad, on April 9, 2003.
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December 3, 2011 December marks the beginning of the end of the U.S. war in Iraq. The withdrawal has already begun as hundreds of U.S. troops leave Iraq every day. NPR is taking a look at the eight years of the war: the turning points, the costs and expectations about what comes next.
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July 10, 2008 Bringing the war home -- to Hollywood.
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