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In this image taken July 16 and provided by Edlib News Network, a Syrian girl holds a poster that reads, "Greetings from Kfarnebel's children to the Free Syrian Army soldiers in Damascus," during a demonstration in Kfarnebel, Syria. Rebels hold large swaths of territory in rural Syria. Fighters in the village of Atima recently launched their first operation against the regime. AP hide caption

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In 'Free' Syrian Village, A Plea For U.S. Help

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As part of the New Media Entrepreneurship camp, participants paid a visit to Google. Joshua Cassidy/KQED hide caption

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Silicon Valley Boot Camp Aims To Boost Diversity

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At the Garden of Peace cemetery in Flint, Mich., Muslims are buried in accordance with traditional Islamic burial rites. Sami Yenigun/NPR hide caption

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A Muslim Cemetery Helps To Ease Funerals' Strain

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Child life specialist Kelly Schraf helps to put at ease Yoselyn Gaitan, 8, who had surgery on her cleft palate, at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Jenny Gold for NPR hide caption

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Hospital Specialists Help Remind The Sickest Kids They're Still Kids

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Shannon Orley, left, meets with her health coach, Kelly Heithold, right, at Providence Alaska Medical Center. Annie Feidt for NPR hide caption

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An Alaska Company Losing The Obesity Game Calls In Health Coaches

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Crime novelist Jo Nesbo says despite Oslo's well-kept streets and sharply dressed residents, the city has a dark and seedy side. Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jo Nesbo's Fiction Explores Oslo's Jagged Edges

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