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We Insist Zoe Keating
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A man dressed in Southern Sudan paraphernalia — a pin and tie — celebrates the announcement of the preliminary results of the independence referendum in Juba on Sunday. Phil Moore/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Southern Sudan, New Nation Begins 'From Scratch'

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Louisanna Dema has lived along the median of Route Nationale 2, just south of Port-au-Prince, for just over a year. She and her family are finally moving out of their sheet metal shack and into a "transitional shelter" provided by a relief agency. Valentina Pasquali/For NPR hide caption

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Haitians Tear Down Camp On Highway Median

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The Kid Marc Ribot
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Anxiety disorder Chris Smith & These Arches
Elvin Lisbon Endangered Blood

Windmills, like these standing near the ocean at Kahuku Wind Farm on Oahu, are at the center of Hawaii's efforts to cut its reliance on oil. Ben Markus/Hawaii Public Radio hide caption

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Hawaii's 'Big Wind' Power Project Stirs Up Fans, Foes

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6/8 Kevin Eubanks
Infra 5 Max Richter
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Tibetan Dance Ryuichi Sakamoto

Anti-government protesters offer their evening prayers in front of an Egyptian army tank securing the area during a protest Monday in Cairo's Tahrir Square. A coalition of opposition groups called for a million people to take to Cairo's streets Tuesday to demand the removal of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP hide caption

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Do U.S. Ties To Egypt's Military Give It Leverage?

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Waterfall Dave Isaacs
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After Cowboys Stadium hosts the Super Bowl on Feb. 6, NFL owners and players have less than one month to agree to a new labor contract. Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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After The Super Bowl, NFL Work Stoppage Looms

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Rude Profile Various
AM Call Andreas Oberg
The Trick Bag Andreas Oberg
If I Had a Hammer Billy Preston