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Linda Hill drew from her own experiences with Hodgkin's lymphoma and thyroid, breast and colon cancer to produce T-shirts poking fun at frightening and deadly diseases. Howard Berkes/NPR hide caption

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Battling Cancer With T-Shirts And Laughter

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks during an Oxfam International climate hearing in Copenhagen on Tuesday. He is among the African leaders sounding the alarm that Africa will suffer most from the effects of climate change. Attila Kisbendek/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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African Leaders' Climate Message Unheard At Home

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Tzipi Livni gives a farewell speech at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem in March. The Israeli government has condemned an attempt in Britain to arrest the former foreign minister for alleged war crimes. Bernat Armangue/AP hide caption

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Israel Rejects British Legal Threat To Ex-Minister

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