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Jawar Mohammed, 32, created the Oromia Media Network and used it to bludgeon one of the most brutal regimes on the African continent. Maheder Haileselassie Tadese/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How An Exiled Activist In Minnesota Helped Spur Big Political Changes In Ethiopia

Ethiopia's recent changes are due largely to an uprising by young men from the largest ethnic group, the Oromo. Their inspiration: Jawar Mohammed, who created a media network in exile in Minnesota.

Satellite images reveal tunneling and other construction activity at two sites believed to house long-range missiles. D Schmerler/MIIS/PlanetLabs hide caption

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North Korea Seen Expanding Missile Base

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Jawar Mohammed, 32, created the Oromia Media Network and used it to bludgeon one of the most brutal regimes on the African continent. Maheder Haileselassie Tadese/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How An Exiled Activist In Minnesota Helped Spur Big Political Changes In Ethiopia

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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota sits in her office at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. Cameron Pollack/NPR hide caption

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Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp Reflects On Her Term Representing North Dakota

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A promotional balloon — styled after the red, heart-shaped balloon in one of Banksy's famous artworks — floats at the grand opening of The Art Of Banksy show in Miami. WorldRedEye.com hide caption

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This Art Show Doesn't Have Banksy's Blessings — His Fans Don't Seem To Mind

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Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly, is a mainstay of genetics and biology labs. Courtesy of Marcus Stensmyr hide caption

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When And Where Fruit Flies First Bugged Humans

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John Bolton: U.S. Won't 'Turn A Blind Eye' To China's Trade Practices

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Stephan James and KiKi Layne star as Fonny and Tish, the couple at the center of If Beale Street Could Talk. The movie is director Barry Jenkins' adaptation of a James Baldwin novel of the same name. Tatum Mangus/Annapurna Pictures hide caption

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Director Barry Jenkins Talks On Behalf Of 'Beale Street'

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