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WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 4: Scenes from soccer practice on November 4, 2022, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Maansi Srivastava for The Washington Post) Maansi Srivastava/For NPR hide caption

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What's being done to stop adults' misbehavior at youth soccer games

Youth soccer games seem to unleash the worst in adult behavior. Parents and coaches yell at refs, the players and each other. Adults' sideline behavior has resulted in a national referee shortage.

A worker walks past lines of solar panels at the Roha Dyechem solar project in the western northwest Indian state of Rajasthan. Money Sharma/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Sunny Makes Money': India installs a record volume of solar power in 2022

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What's being done to stop adults' misbehavior at youth soccer games

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On Wednesday in Atlanta, Gabriel Sterling, chief operating officer for the Georgia secretary of state, rolls a 10-sided die as part of process to determine which batches of ballots to audit for a statewide risk limiting audit of the 2022 general election. Ben Gray/AP hide caption

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Georgia election officials breathe a sigh of relief after uneventful voting

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Mamadou Diop, 52, stands in front of the strawberry farms where he does seasonal work in Palos de la Frontera, Spain on October 16. Born in Senegal, Diop speaks more than five languages. He lives in makeshift housing near the farms, and he sends money back to his wife and children in Joal Fadiouth, Senegal. Ricci Shryock for NPR hide caption

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In the strawberry fields of Spain, migrants from Africa work in hope of a better life

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