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Some former prisoners of re-education through labor camps and their supporters hold signs in Beijing declaring, "No Re-education Through Labor." Popular opposition to the camps has grown as China's state-run media has highlighted particularly egregious cases. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Ex-Inmates Speak Out About Labor Camps As China Considers 'Reforms'

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Health officials around the world are on constant lookout for the deadly bird flu. Here a worker collects chickens on a farm in Kathamndu, Nepal, where the virus was suspected of infecting poultry last October. Prakas Mathema/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Feds Set New Rules For Controversial Bird Flu Research

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Brickell CityCentre is a new project that includes retail, offices and two condo towers. In all, some 19 condo towers are going up in downtown Miami, just seven years after the housing market crash. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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In Miami, A New Condo Boom Revives Hopes Of Housing Recovery

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Rowena Gore-Simmons and her daughter, Kenya, now 16, at StoryCorps in Baltimore. StoryCorps hide caption

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After Prison, A Second Chance To Be A Better Mother

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HIV drugs not only can keep patients healthy but also can stop the sexual transmission of the virus. Here an HIV-positive mother picks up medications at a hospital outside Johannesburg, South Africa. Alexander Joe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Treating HIV Patients Protects Whole Community

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Comedian-turned-politician Beppe Grillo addresses supporters at a rally on Feb. 12 in Bergamo, Italy. Many pollsters say his populist Five Star Movement could come in third in this weekend's election. Giuseppe Cacace/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'The Real Jiminy Cricket': Unlikely Candidate Upends Italian Elections

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Spielberg's Schindler's List will mark its 20th year in 2013. Levy was in charge of the publicity campaign for the film and still has his original press kit. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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For Publicist Marvin Levy, It's All About Eyeballs

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