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The Coronavirus Crisis

Prisons And Jails Worry About Becoming Coronavirus 'Incubators'

Inmates and guards don't have the option of staying home during a coronavirus outbreak, so detention centers risk becoming "incubators" for the disease. Some are scrambling to mitigate the risk.

New Frontier Koresma
Sonate Pacifique L'Impératrice
Says Nils Frahm
Smile Like You Mean It The Killers
A.P.I.D.T.A. Jay Electronica
Your Girl Blue States
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Levo Recondite

Uighur writer and poet Abdurehim Imin Parach stands in the Zeytinburnu neighborhood of Istanbul. He has been detained twice by Turkish authorities. NPR spoke to more than a dozen Uighurs in Istanbul who detailed how Turkish police arrested them and sent them to deportation centers, sometimes for months, without telling them why they had been detained. Nicole Tung for NPR hide caption

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'I Thought It Would Be Safe': Uighurs In Turkey Now Fear China's Long Arm

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Pi Kate Bush
Fine For Now Grizzly Bear
Holocene Bon Iver
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Jungleland Bruce Springsteen
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Long Boat Pass Tennis
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Prisons And Jails Worry About Becoming Coronavirus 'Incubators'

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Goodbye Kevin Shields
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Syrians ride a motorcycle past a burned vehicle near the village of Barisha in the Idlib province of Syria, near where U.S. forces raided the compound of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Local residents tell NPR that noncombatant civilians were killed and injured in the van the night of the U.S. raid. Omar Haj Kadour/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. Investigates Possible Civilian Deaths During Baghdadi Raid In Syria

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Hearts Blackbird Blackbird
Behind the Wheel Symmetry

Uber and Lyft drivers say they are seeing less demand for rides in big cities where events are being canceled and people are encouraged to work from home. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Not Employees: Gig Workers Like Uber Drivers Aren't Eligible For Sick Leave

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Blade Runner Blues Vangelis
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Bela Lugosi's Dead Bauhaus

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