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People gather outside of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, ahead of a ceremony for the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks. Even as we mourn for those lost in the violence, NPR's Michel Martin says, we should not forget the many who have died in similar attacks the world over. David Ramos/Getty Images hide caption

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Can I Just Tell You?

Grief Knows No Native Tongue — But We Must Listen, Wherever It Speaks

Less than a week since the death of a friend, and just days since the Paris killings, NPR's Michel Martin says the loss of life — be it in Beirut, Niger or even next door — must always matter.

World leaders attend a working session on the Global Economy during the G-20 Summit in Antalya, Turkey, on Sunday. Saul Loeb /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Paris Attacks Cloud Conversation At Summit Of World Powers

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Some legal scholars disagree with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's claim that the U.S. has the power to fight ISIS under a 2001 military authorization. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fact Check: Hillary Clinton On Using Force Against ISIS

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Soloman Howard performs as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Philip Glass and Christopher Hampton's Appomattox. Scott Suchman for WNO hide caption

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With More Story To Tell, Opera 'Appomattox' Gets An Update

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People gather outside of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, ahead of a ceremony for the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks. Even as we mourn for those lost in the violence, NPR's Michel Martin says, we should not forget the many who have died in similar attacks the world over. David Ramos/Getty Images hide caption

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David Ramos/Getty Images

Grief Knows No Native Tongue — But We Must Listen, Wherever It Speaks

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