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Saudi Arabia's Misunderstood Relationship With Extremism

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For Women In Saudi Arabia, Gender Segregation More Like A 'Glass Wall'

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Saudi Arabia To Hold Historic Elections On Saturday

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Pope Makes Final Stop On Africa Trip, In Central African Republic

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'You Never Quit Trying': Preventing Gun Violence In Schools

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As Charter Schools Become Divisive, Two Parents Give Their Take

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Smoke rises from Kunduz, Afghanistan on Thursday. Government forces have reportedly retaken the city after it was seized by the Taliban on Monday. AP hide caption

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'A Shocking Development' In The Long Struggle To Hold On To Kunduz

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Foreign policy expert Anne-Marie Slaughter poses for a family photo with her husband Andy Moravcsik and their two sons. Courtesy of Penguin Random House hide caption

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'Unfinished Business': When Working Families Can't Do It All

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Refugees and migrants wait at the Regional Office for Health and Welfare in Berlin for food and a turn to start the paperwork to apply for asylum. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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In Germany, Migrants Find Footing But Also Some Resistance

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Germany Now Tempering Its Open Embrace Of Migrants

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Teaching In America: 'Only The Strong Will Survive'

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In Hungary, Churches Are Conspicuously Silent On Migrants

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Pastor Chris Beard of Peoples Church in Cincinnati and his wife, Jan. "I've had sinful thoughts, racist thoughts in my own heart that I've had to come to terms with," he says. Renae Denbow/Peoples Church hide caption

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How A Once-White Church Broke Down Racial Barriers

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"I was more so afraid of the stigma attached to the disease than the actual disease," says Guy Anthony. Courtesy Guy Anthony hide caption

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Though Not A Death Sentence, HIV/AIDS Still Holds A Powerful Stigma

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