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Kadidja Mamath sells hot porridge made of rice, sugar and milk on the roadside in the capital city, Bangui. The 19-year-old says the people of CAR have suffered enough and are ready for the coups to stop. Benno Muchler for NPR hide caption

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In Post-Coup Central African Republic, Instability Remains

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters in Washington, just blocks from the White House, has long been the government building everyone loves to hate. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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FBI Building May Soon Be 'Put Out Of Its Misery'

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Bonobo's new album is titled The North Borders. Andrew De Francesco/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bonobo: Challenging Music's 'Borders,' Finding A New Frontier

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Al Kinzer, who was Honda of America's first employee, drives the company's one millionth U.S.-produced car off the assembly line at Honda's assembly plant in Marysville, Ohio, April 8, 1988. Greg Sailor/AP hide caption

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Honda's Growth Helps Tow Ohio Out Of Recession

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A cockerel walks on a bridge in a residential area of Beijing. The Chinese are beginning to destroy thousands of birds in an effort to stamp out the presumed source of H7N9 infection. Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Human Cases Of Bird Flu In China Draw Scrutiny

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