Jackie Northam Jackie Northam is NPR's International Affairs Correspondent. She is a veteran journalist who has spent three decades reporting on conflict, politics, and life across the globe.
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In this image taken from a November 2012 video, Cecil the lion is shown in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Paula French via AP hide caption

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Death Of Beloved Lion Heats Up Criticism Of Big Game Hunting

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Death Of Beloved Lion Heats Up Criticism Of Big Game Hunting

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Afghan Government Says Taliban Leader Mullah Omar Is Dead

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Malaysia, Cuba Taken Off U.S. Human Trafficking Blacklist

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari Makes First U.S. Visit

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A farmer stands near a field in South Hwanghae, North Korea. Wong Maye-E/AP hide caption

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Is N. Korea Facing A Famine Or Just Seeking More Aid?

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Shoppers make their way in a Tehran bazaar. Once international sanctions are lifted, $100 billion from Iranian oil sales will be released from escrow accounts. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Lifting Sanctions Will Release $100 Billion To Iran. Then What?

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After Nuclear Deal, Iranian Oil Could Flow At Molasses Pace

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Major U.S. Airlines Push Back Against Expansion Of Gulf Carriers

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Online Fund Started To Raise Money For Greece's Debt

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President Barack Obama walks with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, second from right, during a visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Brazil Tries To Rebuild Relations With U.S. After NSA Spying Scandal

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White House To Amend Ransom-For-Hostages Rules

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