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Nura Mustafic, one of the Mothers of Srebrenica, wipes away tears as she reacts to the verdict handed down against former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic, in The Hague on Wednesday. Mladic was convicted of genocide and crimes against humanity and sentenced to life in prison for atrocities perpetrated during Bosnia's 1992-1995 war. Phil Nijhuis/AP hide caption

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Remembering The 'Monstrous' Legacy Of Ratko Mladic

Mladic's conviction "serves as a reminder of the evil one man can do with an army at his command," writes NPR's Tom Gjelten, who covered the war in Bosnia in the 1990s.

Demonstrators walk in the #MeToo March against sexual assault and harassment in Hollywood on Nov. 12. Nearly every day brings another apology from yet another high-profile man accused of serial sexual harassment. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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How To Apologize For Sexual Harassment (Hint: It Takes More Than 'Sorry')

Psychologist Harriet Lerner says apologies shouldn't ask for forgiveness, and they don't even have to say sorry. It's more important to give an "an emotionally packed corroboration" of what happened.

How To Apologize For Sexual Harassment (Hint: It Takes More Than 'Sorry')

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Video Shows North Korean Soldier's Dramatic Sprint Across Border

Newly-released CCTV footage released shows a jeep speeding through the countryside near the demilitarized zone. Inside is a North Korean soldier making a desperate escape.

'The End We Start From' Chronicles Motherhood In The Midst Of Crisis

Megan Hunter's new book follows a woman and her newborn who flee an epic flood. "What would it be like if there was an environmental crisis ... in London," she asks, "and where would people go?"

'The End We Start From' Chronicles Motherhood In The Midst Of Crisis

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In Call Me By Your Name, Oliver (Armie Hammer, left) and Elio (Timothée Chalamet) spend a summer falling in love in Northern Italy. Sayombhu Mukdeeprom/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Armie Hammer Says Filming 'Call Me By Your Name' Was Its Own Summer Romance

The film tells the story of two young men who fall in love one summer in Northern Italy. Hammer describes it as "just watching two people explore and learn that love is love."

Armie Hammer Says Filming 'Call Me By Your Name' Was Its Own Summer Romance

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A Rohingya refugee boy looks on at Balukhali refugee camp in the Bangladeshi district of Ukhia on Wednesday. An estimated 618,000 Muslim Rohingya have fled mainly Buddhist Myanmar since a military crackdown was launched in Rakhine in August. Refugees describe a campaign of rape, murder and arson. Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Denounces Violence Against Rohingya As 'Ethnic Cleansing'

"Those responsible for these atrocities must be held accountable," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in a statement Wednesday. Targeted sanctions against Myanmar are a possibility.

Rewarding customers when they choose slower shipping options is one way online retailers are reacting to a recent decision by UPS to add a holiday surcharge during peak delivery days. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Retailers To Online Shoppers: Be Patient With Delivery, Get Perks

In reaction to a recent decision by UPS to add a peak holiday delivery surcharge, some retailers are adding rewards and discounts for customers who choose "no hurry" slower delivery options.

A motorist guides his vehicle to a drop an election ballot at a drive-through collection site outside the election commission headquarters in Denver on Nov. 7, 2017. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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Colorado Launches First In The Nation Post-Election Audits

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The audits involve a ten-sided die, a software algorithm and the assumption that "the reported winner didn't really win."

Colorado Launches First In The Nation Post-Election Audits

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Jazz singers, Dave Lambert (left), Annie Ross and Jon Hendricks with Canon L. John Collins on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral in London in 1959. Jon Hendricks died on November 22 at the age of 96. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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Jon Hendricks, Genre-Pushing Jazz Vocalist, Dead At 96

The singer-songwriter was best known for his work in the pioneering vocal jazz trio Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. He was also a professor of jazz at the University of Toledo, where he previously studied law.

Former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar is seen in court on June 23 in Mason, Mich., as he stood trial on multiple counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Nassar has pleaded guilty and faces decades in prison. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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USA Gymnastics Doctor Pleads Guilty To Assault, Faces Decades In Prison

Larry Nassar, the former team doctor for USA Gymnastics, has admitted to molesting seven girls. Well over 100 women and girls have accused him of sexual assault.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced Tuesday a plan to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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FCC's Pai: 'Heavy-Handed' Net Neutrality Rules Are Stifling The Internet

The FCC chairman says repealing net neutrality is a needed return to a "free-market-based" Internet. One opponent says Ajit Pai's plan "would end the Internet as we know it."

FCC's Pai: 'Heavy-Handed' Net Neutrality Rules Are Stifling The Internet

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Margo Price Sings About The Heartache And Beauty Of Small-Town America

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Growing up in Aledo, Ill., the singer-songwriter longed to live somewhere "more romantic." Then she moved away and her outlook changed: "Now, when I go back, I see the beauty in it."

Margo Price Sings About The Heartache And Beauty Of Small-Town America

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Zimbabwe's incoming president Emmerson Mnangagwa gestures as he speaks at Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party headquarters in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Wednesday. The former vice president flew home from a short exile to take power after the resignation of Robert Mugabe put an end to 37 years of authoritarian rule. Zinyange Auntony/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Zimbabwe's President-To-Be Returns Home After Brief Exile

Emmerson Mnangagwa, the former vice president of Zimbabwe, fled the country earlier this month. He's returned to take over from longtime president Robert Mugabe, who resigned under pressure.

Ruby Corado (left) with her friend and Casa Ruby board member Consuella Lopez on the porch of one of the transitional group homes Corado runs in Washington, D.C., in 2015. Lexey Swall/GRAIN for NPR hide caption

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Health Care System Fails Many Transgender Americans

Nearly a third of transgender people responding to an NPR poll say they have no regular access to health care. Very few medical offices are prepared to care for people who have transitioned.

Health Care System Fails Many Transgender Americans

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Three members of the White House Communications Agency have been reassigned after allegations of improper behavior on a recent presidential visit to Vietnam. President Trump, seen here with Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi. Luong Thai Linh/AP hide caption

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White House Personnel Reassigned After Charges Of Inappropriate Behavior On Asia Trip

Three Army non-commissioned officers have been removed from their posts on the White House Communications Agency. They allegedly had inappropriate contact with foreign women when in Vietnam.