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Jamila Aamer is the head chef at the Amal Women's Training Center. To date, she's trained more than 100 students. Rebecca Rosman/for NPR hide caption

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The Salt

By Becoming Chefs, Stigmatized Women In Morocco Find Hope And Freedom

Females make up less than 30 percent of the the country's labor force. But one nonprofit is providing restaurant and cooking training to vulnerable women who have been shut out by Moroccan society.

Jakiw Palij immigrated to the U.S. in 1949. According to U.S. authorities, he concealed his Nazi service. Department of Justice hide caption

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Alleged Nazi Labor Camp Guard Deported To Germany

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Fight the Dying Day Blue States
Afrotech The Motet
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Riddle of Stars Unwed Sailor
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For Cervical Cancer Screening, Women Over 30 Can Now Choose The HPV Test Only

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A Dividing Line The End of the Ocean
Vacant Library Moonlit Sailor

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By Becoming Chefs, Stigmatized Women In Morocco Find Hope And Freedom

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The Templehof File Syriana
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Euphoria The Last Sighs of the Wind
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Once Every Twenty Years At The End of Times
The Last Dawn Sleep Dealer
Beacon William Fitzsimmons
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Mota Russian Circles

"We covered a wide range of issues, and it was very helpful, very productive and very important," Sen. Susan Collins said of her meeting with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Tuesday. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption

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Collins Says Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh Called Roe v. Wade 'Settled Law'

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The vast majority of survivors of sexual assaults and harassment never report what happened to them. But now "there's an app for that." Actually several. Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images hide caption

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How Smartphone Apps Could Change The Way Sexual Assault Is Reported

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Back in Your Box Rachel Boyd
Taskin Poppy Ackroyd

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Facebook Shuts 652 Iran-Backed Accounts Linked In Global Disinformation Campaign

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