Daniel Estrin Daniel Estrin is NPR's international correspondent in Jerusalem.
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A new surge in violence in the West Bank is worrying the Biden administration

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A soldier likely killed a Palestinian-American journalist, Israeli army says

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Israel says one of its soldiers likely killed a Palestinian-American journalist

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For some in the Gaza Strip, summer tastes like a baby watermelon cooked over flames

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For some in the Gaza Strip, summer tastes like a baby watermelon cooked over flames

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Superorganism reaches into all the musical corners of the Earth on 'World Wide Pop'

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Saturday sports: Serena Williams to retire; Fernando Tatis Jr. 80-game suspension

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Aubrey Plaza goes from art school to fraudster in 'Emily The Criminal'

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Short 'Stories from the Tenants Downstairs' describe the gentrification of their home

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The Latino community is facing issues with misinformation on abortions

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A look at two sides of life in the Gaza Strip right now

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What is the state of safety in Afghanistan under Taliban rule?

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Encore: A Palestinian pop singer faces threats to make music with a message

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Abbi Jacobson attends the Los Angeles premiere of her new Amazon Prime Video Series A League of Their Own earlier this month. Leon Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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'A League of Their Own' star Abbi Jacobson focuses on the film's untold queer stories

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U.S. President Joe Biden speaks at the Augusta Victoria Hospital in east Jerusalem on Friday. Biden announced a U.S. investment of $100 million for a network of hospitals. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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