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Rami Nakhle's Facebook page, run under an assumed name, almost sent him to prison. Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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Syrian Activist In Hiding Presses Mission From Abroad

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Newly minted second-graders in Rikuzentakata, Japan, begin their school year more than two weeks late after a tsunami wiped out most of the town. Yuki Noguchi/NPR hide caption

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Japan Struggles With How To Heal 'Children's Hearts'

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Many businesses no longer shut down at dusk — and workers often face a sleep deficit as they fit into different shifts. Here, a Chinese broker sleeps on her desk at the Shanghai Stock Exchange. China Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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Late-Shift Worker's Lament: 'It's Killing Me'

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The long-term effects of parenting aren't proven, says author Bryan Caplan, seen here with his family. Emily Korff/Veralana Photography hide caption

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'Selfish Reasons' For Parents To Enjoy Having Kids

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Steven Wells and his daughter, Jennifer, spoke about her childhood at StoryCorps in Macon, Ga., where they have been living since 1996. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Father And His Daughter: 'Always My Buddy'

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Matt Smith stars as The Doctor in a new season of Doctor Who. BBC hide caption

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A New 'Doctor Who' Tries To Make Peace With Its Impatient Stateside Fans

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