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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

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In 'Our Syria' Cookbook, Women Share Stories, Safeguard A Scattered Cuisine

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GOP Tax Bill: Winners And Losers And What's Next

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Dan Rather speaks at the Gotham Independent Film Awards in 2015. His new collection of essays is called What Unites Us. Larry Busacca/Getty Images for IFP hide caption

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Dan Rather, An Unlikely Essayist, On 'What Unites Us'

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Prawnche Ngaditowo, 29, is a food blogger and Instagram enthusiast known online as "foodventurer." Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Indonesian Food Blogger: The Unifying Power Of Cuisine And Social Media

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Ken Rapopo throws a pigeon in the air during a practice flight. This male pigeon will fly about 2 miles back to the winner's circle to find its female partner. Rapopo reports the bird's movements by walkie-talkie until it disappears from view. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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The Pigeon Racers Of Indonesia

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Dr. Sandeep Nanwani checks Madame Wiwik's coordination and reflexes. She's in her late 60s and recently had a stroke. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Transgender Women Of Indonesia Have A Champion In A 26-Year-Old Doctor

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Paulus stands in the shell of the Yasmin church. He hopes to one day be able to practice his religion in safety. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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'It's Our Right': Christian Congregation In Indonesia Fights To Worship In Its Church

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Some Indonesians Fear Country's Religious Intolerance Is Growing

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A man gazes out at the water during a four-hour journey from Bali to Lombok. The public ferries are a key link for a nation spanning some 17,000 islands. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: A Tranquil Ferry Between Indonesian Islands

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Women walk through Istiqlal Mosque, on a recent Sunday, in Jakarta, Indonesia. The fourth-largest country in the world is also one of the most diverse. Indonesia is a democracy, with a larger Muslim population than the entire Arab world combined. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: Indonesia At A Crossroads

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Sakdiyah Ma'ruf is a comedian in Indonesia. Now she is breaking ground as a stand-up comedian who wears a hijab while openly mocking religious fundamentalists. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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She Watched Bootleg Episodes Of Seinfeld, Now The Indonesian Comic Performs Stand-Up

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Amy Sedaris says her new show was inspired by everyone from Red Skelton to the Two Fat Ladies. KC Bailey/Tru TV hide caption

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The Best Hostess Gift? A Pound Of Butter, Says Amy Sedaris

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