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Hisham Haddad (left) stands with his brother, Hani, at the so-called Hyde Park in Suez, Egypt, while talking about the city's problems since the revolution. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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With No One In Charge, Frustration Rises In Suez

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Ed Morse dumps a bucket of corn into feed bunks on his land near Council Bluffs, Iowa. He is expanding his cattle herd and converting cropland into pastureland. Clay Masters for NPR hide caption

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The Corn Belt Debate: Crops Or Cattle?

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Volunteers push a trolley filled with blankets destined for displaced people in the city of Kamaishi in Iwate prefecture. Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Japanese Youth Step Up In Earthquake Aftermath

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Space shuttle Atlantis lifts off from Kennedy Space Center on May 14, 2010, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Matt Stroshane/Getty Images hide caption

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NASA Announces Permanent Homes For Shuttles

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This undated photo released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency via the Tokyo-based Korean News Service shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Il inspecting the Pyongyang Vegetable Science Institute in Pyongyang. KNS/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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North Korea's Pleas For Food Aid Draw Suspicion

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