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Christian landlord Ayman Dimitry, shown with his 5-year-old daughter, Juliena, says his ear was cut off by men who accused him of renting an apartment to Muslim prostitutes. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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Middle East

Religious Tension Sparks Fear In Egyptian City

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Religious Tension Sparks Fear In Egyptian City

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Business

Apple's iPhone 4 Tracks Where It's Been

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Apple's iPhone 4 Tracks Where It's Been

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Elevation Burger, with 18 franchises from New York to Dallas, strictly uses free-range, grass-fed, organic beef. "We're doing it better," says founder Hans Hess. "We're raising the standard." Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Food

High-End Burger Joints Raise The Stakes

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High-End Burger Joints Raise The Stakes

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In May 2010, then-BP CEO Tony Hayward gave a news conference at Fourchon Beach in Port Fourchon, La. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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The Message Makers: Inside PR And Advertising

BP: A Textbook Example Of How Not To Handle PR

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BP: A Textbook Example Of How Not To Handle PR

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Millions of times a day, people turn to Google for information on how to do things. Until Google changed its formula recently, the top sites returned in searches were often dominated by so-called "content farms" geared mostly at serving up ads. Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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Technology

Web's 'Content Farms' Grow Audiences For Ads

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Web's 'Content Farms' Grow Audiences For Ads

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Noorain Khan committed to wearing the hijab when she was 8. She took it off when she was 20. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Hidden World Of Girls

Lifting The Veil: Muslim Women Explain Their Choice

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Lifting The Veil: Muslim Women Explain Their Choice

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