Renee Montagne Renee Montagne is a special correspondent at NPR.
Renee Montagne at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., July 25, 2018. (photo by Allison Shelley) (Square)
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Will Strauss-Kahn Return To French Politics?

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Libyan Rebels Haven't Sewn Up Tripoli Victory Yet

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Assad Warns Other Countries To Stay Out of Syria

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White House Says It's Time For Gadhafi To Go

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U.S. Stocks Fall On Downgrade Of U.S. Credit

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White House Criticizes Credit Downgrade

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