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Tara Billinger (left) and Kali Fontecchio star as endlessly amused aliens in Gigglers, which premiered at Channel 101 in May 2011. Via Channel 101 hide caption

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Channel 101 Contest Eases Amateurs Into Hollywood

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British troops survey the scene after a massive bomb, set up by the Irish National Liberation Army, destroyed a public house and disco in Northern Ireland in December 1982. Sixteen people died, including two British troops, and 60 others were injured. Peter Kemp/AP hide caption

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A Fight To Keep Northern Ireland Interviews Secret

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Conservationists feared most of South Sudan's wildlife had been killed during more than two decades of civil war, but a survey several years ago found many had survived, including hundreds of thousands of white-eared kobs. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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South Sudan Works To Aid Wildlife That Survived War

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Syrian refugees greet each other at the Turkish Red Crescent camp in Hatay, Turkey, less than 2 miles from the Syrian border, on Wednesday. Mustafa Ozer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Syrian Refugee In Turkey: 'We Had To Run'

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Humberto Leal Jr., a Mexican citizen, has been on death row since 1995 for the rape and bludgeoning of a 16-year-old San Antonio girl. He's slated to be executed in three weeks. But the Mexican government says he wasn't informed of his rights. Courtsey of San Antonio Express-News hide caption

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Planned Execution Puts Mexico, Texas At Odds

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Isaac Manchester Farm in Avella, Pa. National Trust for Historic Preservation hide caption

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Places In Peril: 2011's Most Endangered Historic Sites

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