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Doctors at a hospital in Aleppo, Syria, treat a boy injured in what the government said was a chemical weapons attack on March 19. Syria's government and rebels accused each other of firing a rocket loaded with chemical agents outside of Aleppo. George Ourfalian/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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How Doctors Would Know If Syrians Were Hit With Nerve Gas

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A youth smokes crack in the Manguinhos slum in Rio de Janeiro in 2012. A crack epidemic is one factor contributing to the sharp rise in crime committed by Brazilian minors. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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As Youth Crime Spikes, Brazil Struggles For Answers

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American farms like this iceberg lettuce field owned by Duda Farm Fresh Foods outside Salinas, Calif., are facing a dwindling supply of farmworkers from rural Mexico. Kirk Siegler hide caption

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Why An Immigration Deal Won't Solve The Farmworker Shortage

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The Plan B One-Step morning-after pill will now be available to women as young as 15 without a prescription. AP hide caption

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FDA OKs Prescription-Free Plan B Pill For Women 15 And Up

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Ceramic Dog is Marc Ribot, Ches Smith and Shahzad Ismaily. Barbara Rigon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Marc Ribot Isn't Trying To Comfort Anyone

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After Tuesday, projectionist Andy Holyoke will help retire the Little Art Theatre's vintage Italian reel-to-reel projectors. Courtesy of Steven Bognar hide caption

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Ohio Movie House Screens Its Last Reel-To-Reel

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