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A leading Sunni tribal chief, Sheik Abu Ali al-Jubbouri says he misses former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, who favored his sect. Hussein Malla/AP hide caption

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Angry At Shiite-Led Government, Sunnis Are Loathe To Help Calm Iraq

Minority Sunnis are helping the militants sweeping Iraq's north and west. The support of ordinary Sunnis shows how difficult it will be to reverse the sectarian partition that's already happening.

A leading Sunni tribal chief, Sheik Abu Ali al-Jubbouri says he misses former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, who favored his sect. Hussein Malla/AP hide caption

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Angry At Shiite-Led Government, Sunnis Are Loath To Help Calm Iraq

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The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria runs a sophisticated social media strategy, which includes images like this one it posted from Mosul, Iraq, on June 12 after it took control of the city. Analysts say ISIS has succeeded in bringing professional acumen to the business of violent jihad. AP hide caption

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ISIS Brings Business Acumen To Violent Jihad

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Fierce Electric Attitude
Dakar John Coltrane
In Between Lines The Album Leaf
Natural Acts Sonny & the Sunsets

Ashanti Branch, an assistant principal at Montera Middle School in Oakland, Calif., leads boys in a "check in" circle at his after-school Ever Forward Club. Eric Westervelt/NPR hide caption

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Giving Boys A Bigger Emotional Toolbox

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Tengo la Voz Nortec Collective
Cineramascope Galactic feat. Trombone Shorty and Corey Henry

Marion Cotillard stars in The Immigrant, director James Gray's film about a Polish woman's experience after she disembarks at Ellis Island. Anne Joyce/Courtesy of the Weinstein Company hide caption

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Arrivals And Departures: Films Explore The Immigrant Experience

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Ending, A Beginning Bonobo & Dustin O'Halloran
Longtooth Zongo Junction

Peggy Tomsic (center), attorney for three same-sex couples, claps in celebration after the 10th Circuit Court in Denver rejected a same-sex marriage ban in Utah on Wednesday in Salt Lake City. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Strike Against Utah Gay-Marriage Ban Paves Way For Supreme Court Ruling

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Cirrus Bonobo
Bond Street Express Ernest Ranglin
Got Me Wrong Brad Mehldau Trio
Dima Dima Hassan Hakmoun
Anything You Synthesize Ambient
Quiet Life Dirty Gold
Peanuts Herb Alpert
Duetos de Violões (Guitar Duets): Dois Violões Egberto Gismonti & Alexandre Gismonti
Rio Ancho [Rumba] Paco de Lucía
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