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Syrian President Bashar Assad was supposed to pull the military out of cities by Tuesday, but more attacks were reported. Some Syrians rallied in support of Assad and his Baath Party in the capital, Damascus, on Saturday. Bassem Tellawi/AP hide caption

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Despite Deadline, No Letup In Syrian Fighting

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The St. Stephen's Church in Heathsville, Va., has been at the center of an ugly custody battle between the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and the newly affiliated St. Stephen's Anglican Church. Barbara Bradley Hagerty for NPR hide caption

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A Church Divided: Ruling Ends Va.'s Episcopal Battle

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A makeshift memorial pays tribute to Bobby Clark, one of the victims of a shooting spree that left three people dead and terrorized Tulsa's African-American community. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Tulsa Mourns Man Who 'Never Met A Stranger'

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South Korean girl group Girls' Generation onstage during the Seoul Music Awards in January. Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images hide caption

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Everybody Wants To Be A K-Pop Star

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Philadelphia Police Detective Joseph Murray of West Philadelphia is an advocate of police tweeting to help engage the community in fighting crime. Courtesy of Kimberly Paynter hide caption

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Courtesy of Kimberly Paynter

Philly Cops Bust Crime In 140 Characters Or Fewer

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Actress Pearl Bailey during curtain call for the 1967 Broadway production of Hello, Dolly! John Dominis/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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Encore! Encore! Applauding The Literal Showstopper

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