Leila Fadel Leila Fadel is a national correspondent for NPR based in Las Vegas, covering issues of culture, diversity, and race.

America's Halloween Obsession Exported Back To U.K.

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Muslim Community Wary Of U.K.'s New Strategy To Fight Extremism

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Taxis wait in London in June 2014. By law, the drivers of London's black cabs must memorize all of the city's streets, a process that takes years of study. The taxi drivers are opposed to Uber and drivers using a GPS, but the High Court ruled in favor of Uber last week. Oli Scarff/Getty Images hide caption

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London's Cabbies Say 'The Knowledge' Is Better Than Uber And A GPS

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By Courting China's Cash, Britain May Be Sacrificing Long-Term Security

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U.K.'s Mounting, Controversial Video Surveillance

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After 14 Years, U.S. To Release Guantanamo Detainee

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John Harris, who runs the T. Cribb & Sons funeral home in the East End of London, stands in the coffin warehouse. The key to staying in business in the changing district is to diversify and specialize, he says. Leila Fadel/NPR hide caption

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Family Wakes London Neighborhood's Diversity In A Funeral Home

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2015 Nobel Peace Prize Announced

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Hijab-Wearing Model Appears In H&M Ad, A First For Fashion Giant

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Egyptian singer Suha Mohamed Ali performs in a music video. She was recently sentenced to six months in jail for inciting debauchery. YouTube hide caption

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Egypt's Morality Crackdown Targets Female Dancers

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British Voters Closer Than Ever To Voting To Quit EU

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Out Of Egypt, A Massive Pardon Of Political Prisoners

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A television journalist, behind bars inside Tora Prison — also called "Scorpion" — in Cairo. The Egyptian government has drawn criticism, and scorn, for allegedly whitewashing brutal conditions there. Asmaa Waguih/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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In A Viral Video, A Misleading Taste Of What It's Like In Egyptian Prison

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At Least 12 Dead After Egyptian Forces Mistakenly Target Mexican Tour Group

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Cairo's ornate buildings are a mix of 19th century European and Middle Eastern architecture. A massive project is designed to restore their glory, but street vendors and river boat drivers say they are being displaced by the effort. Courtesy Soheir Zaki Hawas hide caption

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Cairo Restores The Eclectic Glory Beneath Decades Of City Dust

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