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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad waves to the crowds from the sunroof of his SUV upon his arrival in Beirut on Wednesday. Thousands of cheering Lebanese welcomed Ahmadinejad to Lebanon, throwing rose petals and sweets at his motorcade at the start of a visit that underscores a growing recognition of Iran as a power broker in the region. Mahmoud Tawil/AP hide caption

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Middle East

Iranian Leader's Visit Raises Tensions In Lebanon

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Iranian Leader's Visit Raises Tensions In Lebanon

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Helicopters that used to take thousands of employees out to drilling rigs like these off the coast of Port Fourchon, La., each month are now silent. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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National

Louisiana Gulf Coast Businesses Lament Losses

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Louisiana Gulf Coast Businesses Lament Losses

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Edgar Ramirez stars as Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, the Venezuelan-born terrorist who rose to notoriety as Carlos the Jackal. IFC Films hide caption

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Movies

When Global Terrorism Went By Another Name

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When Global Terrorism Went By Another Name

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Jorge Galleguillos, the 11th miner rescued from the San Jose mine, is carried away on a stretcher after being trapped underground with 32 other miners. Hugo Infante/Government of Chile/AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Miners Face Psychological, Health Hurdles

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NASA psychologist Dr. Albert Holland

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The Americas

Profiles Of The 33 Chilean Miners

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Profiles of the miners

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From Our Listeners

Letters: Dentists

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Letters: Dentists

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Peter Sherry demonstrates a hamstring stretch. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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Your Health

For Runners, Static Stretching May Be Outdated

4 min

For Runners, Static Stretching May Be Outdated

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