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Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping, shown here in December 2011 waving to students during a visit to Bangkok, Thailand, is in line to become China's leader next year. Pairoj/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Pragmatic Princeling Next In Line To Lead China

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Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade, 85, greets supporters during a campaign rally in Dakar last week. He is seeking a third term. Critics say he is violating the constitution and should step down. Gabriela Barnuevo/AP hide caption

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At 85, Senegal's Defiant President Seeks A New Term

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Peggy and John Fugelsang kiss on their wedding day. Courtesy of John Fugelsang hide caption

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A Brother And Sister Get Married (And Later, Their Son Tweets It)

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The Wounded Warrior Home Project is an inventive approach to military housing, serving the needs of wounded soldiers and their families as they continue to serve on active duty at Fort Belvoir, Va. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Building Better Houses For Wounded Soldiers

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