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A scarred blast wall bears witness to the thousands of munitions exploded at a test site on the Aberdeen Proving Ground, a sprawling Army base north of Baltimore. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Search Is On To Protect Troops From Deadly IEDs

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The Zhoushan oil reserve in China's Zhejiang province. China started to build its national oil reserves as early as 2003 to offset oil supply risks and reduce the impact of fluctuating energy prices. Eugene Hoshiko/AP hide caption

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China Spends Billions In A Global Spree For Oil

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Pink Martini's new album is Splendor in the Grass. Adam Levey hide caption

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Pink Martini: A Tale Of Two Songs

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