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Demonstrators shout slogans during a protest to mark the anniversary of the "Indignados" movement in Madrid, Spain on Sunday. Tens of thousands of Spaniards took to the streets to protest the handling of the country's worst crisis in decades. Alberto Di Lolli/AP hide caption

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Voters, Economists Agree: Austerity Not The Answer

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Mother Bill Frisell

Zimbabwe's government has exercised control over most of the media. Here, workers sort out copies of The Daily News, one of the few independent newspapers. It was allowed to reopen in March 2011 after being shut down for years because it was critical of the government. Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP hide caption

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In Zimbabwe's Media, It's All About Robert Mugabe

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Mother's Day Richard Leo Johnson
Play It Momma Mary Lou Williams
Hymn To The Mother Charles Lloyd

Amy O'Neal, a modern dance choreographer, recently took on the challenge of performing without music. Gabriel Bienczycki/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Stop The Music: A Dancer Tries Silence

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