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The Padaria Allianca, a bakery in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, turns out 12,000 loaves of bread a day. The Mozambican government is planning to end flour subsidies it can't afford, putting the bakery's business in doubt. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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Mozambique's Struggles Fueled By The Price Of Bread

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The Mo'men mosque in Nwaidrat stood in the same location for generations until it was bulldozed last month. The Sunni-run government in Bahrain has destroyed at least 47 Shiite mosques in recent weeks. Roy Gutman/MCT/Getty Images hide caption

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Bahrain's Crackdown Creates Sectarian Fallout

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Rupert Murphy (left) co-hosted a set on Domino Radio on Monday with Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys. Courtesy of Domino Records hide caption

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A Record Label Resurrects The Radio Star

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Andrew Breitbart, who runs BigGovernment.com, speaks to the media before a press conference held by Rep. Anthony Weiner on Monday. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Familiar Role For Conservative Provocateur Breitbart

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A line worker checks vehicles at the General Motors Hamtramck assembly plant in November. GM is adding two shifts and about 2,500 jobs at the plant. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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As GM Hires, Michigan City's Outlook Brightens

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Matraca Berg: 'Dreaming' Out Loud

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