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Abimael Martinez, who was deported from Riverside, Calif., sits next to the hole he dug to live in beneath the banks of Tijuana's fetid river canal. Amy Isackson for NPR hide caption

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Living On The Border, Driven — Literally — Underground

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Mike Watson (left), CEO of Kenya's Lewa Conservancy, and conservationist Ian Craig identify the carcass of a 4-year-old black rhino named Arthur, whom poachers had killed the night before. The well-armed, well-informed poachers very likely used night vision goggles and a silencer on an AK-47. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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The Enemy Inside: Rhino's Protectors Sometimes Aid Poachers

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With community-based health care a central part of its curriculum, Florida International University's medical school turned an RV into a mobile health clinic so that students could treat families in neighborhoods where medical care is scare. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Shots - Health News

How A Florida Medical School Cares For Communities In Need

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How A Florida Medical School Cares For Communities In Need

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Colonists built the original glass-blowing kiln in Jamestown, Va., at this beach for easy access to the sand. Now the site is just inches above the water level. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Environment

With Rising Seas, America's Birthplace Could Disappear

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With Rising Seas, America's Birthplace Could Disappear

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Internet giant Google has recognized the Palestinians' upgraded U.N. status, placing the name "Palestine" on its search engine instead of "Palestinian Territories." Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Palestinians, Google's Small Change Is A Big Deal

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Etrat Kazemi (center) registers her candidacy for the upcoming presidential election in Tehran, Iran, last week. More than 700 people have registered to run in the June 14 election. Ebrahim Noroozi/AP hide caption

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A Sign Of Disunity? Iranian Candidates Jockey For Position

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Belize, the home of our offshore company, Unbelizable. Nagyman/Flickr hide caption

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Planet Money

Who Hides Money Outside The Country?

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Who Hides Money Outside The Country?

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A family friend posts fliers after Samantha Koenig's disappearance in 2012. Koenig's father is now an advocate for a mandatory national missing persons database. Erik Hill/Anchorage Daily News/MCT/Landov hide caption

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With No Unified Database, Many Murder Victims Remain Nameless

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Vampire Weekend's third album is titled Modern Vampires of the City. Singer Ezra Koenig (far left) says he sees it as the closing chapter of a trilogy. Alex John Beck/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Interviews

Vampire Weekend: New Sounds Signal The End Of An Era

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Vampire Weekend: New Sounds Signal The End Of An Era

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