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'It's Our Right': Christian Congregation In Indonesia Fights To Worship In Its Church

A Christian congregation outside Jakarta built a new church legally, but Muslims in the area object to it. In 2010, the Supreme Court ruled to allow worship at the church, but it remains sealed.

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Muhal Richard Abrams, A Sweepingly Influential Jazz Artist, Has Died At Age 87

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Obvs Jamie xx

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Is Wisconsin Still 'America's Dairyland' Or Does It Need A New Slogan?

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Drinkee Sofi Tukker
Green & Gold Lianne La Havas
Wash The Dusk With Silver Tom Caufield

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Female Inmates In Indiana Pitch Plan To Rehab Empty Houses — And Their Lives

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All Cats Are Grey The Cure
I Need Somebody to Love Tonight Sylvester

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'It's Our Right': Christian Congregation In Indonesia Fights To Worship In Its Church

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Worth Everything Ever Wished For ... The End Of The Ocean
Losing You Solange
Vibe Bignic
Passionfruit Drake
Lush Four Tet
Recensere Rous
Kerala Bonobo

Panda Express came up with the recipe for Orange Chicken 30 years ago today. It's the company's signature dish and top seller. Nina Gregory /NPR hide caption

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Orange Chicken, Panda Express' Gift To American Chinese Food, Turns 30

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Fears Of A Black Market After Calif. Bans Some Commercial Breeding

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Paola Ease My Mind
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