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An Afghan national police officer (left) searches a man while Karim Jan (right) holds his arms. Jan is the district governor and a trusted ally of the U.S. forces. The counterinsurgency strategy relies heavily on local police and leaders, who live in the community, are closest to the people and should be able to spot insurgents. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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America's Gamble In Kandahar

Grenade Attacks Prompt A Partnership In Kandahar

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Grenade Attacks Prompt A Partnership In Kandahar

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Gulf Oil Spill: Containment And Clean Up

Oil Spill? Oh, Well

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Oil Spill? Oh, Well

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Resorts Casino, pictured in January, is a struggling casino in Atlantic City. As new casinos open in neighboring states, the competition for gamblers is heating up. Donald Kravitz/Getty Images hide caption

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New Casinos May Be Bad Luck For Atlantic City

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New Casinos May Be Bad Luck For Atlantic City

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The body of aviation electronics technician Richard Edson Sweeney is brought ashore from the USS Tucker on its arrival at a port in Japan on April 20, 1969. The destroyer arrived with the bodies of two members of a 31-man crew who manned a U.S. reconnaissance plane shot down by North Korean jets five days earlier over the Sea of Japan. AP hide caption

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Nixon Considered Nuclear Option Against N. Korea

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Lucy Wang rolls up an Iranian kubideh wrap sandwich in the prep area. The sandwich is made with homemade bread and grilled ground beef mixed with turmeric, cumin, cinnamon, mint, basil and other spices. Conflict Kitchen is a takeout cafe designed and run by three artists hoping to open a conversation about countries in conflict with the U.S. by serving one dish from a particular country a month. Keith Srakocic/AP hide caption

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A Taste Of Iran, Whipped Up In The 'Conflict Kitchen'

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African legend Salif Keita just released his new album, La Difference. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Reviews

Salif Keita Savors 'La Difference'

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Salif Keita Savors 'La Difference'

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