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Anti-fascist demonstrators shout as the hearse carrying the coffin of Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke arrives in Albano Laziale, near Rome, on Tuesday. A Catholic splinter group planned to hold a funeral for Priebke, despite attempts by the local mayor to prevent it. STR/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Protests In Italy Shut Down Funeral For Nazi War Criminal

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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was angered by reports that the National Security Agency was spying on her. She has called for giving individual countries greater control over the Internet. Getty Images hide caption

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Are We Moving To A World With More Online Surveillance?

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An Arkansas company is trying to cash in on an edamame boom in the U.S. Will Merydith/Flickr hide caption

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Arkansas Aims To Make Edamame As American As Apple Pie

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At more than 400 square miles, the Rim Fire is the largest Sierra Nevada fire in recorded history. Mike McMillan/US Forest Service hide caption

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Fuel In The Fire: Burn Wood For Power Or Leave It To Nature

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Palestinian travelers wait to cross into Egypt at the Rafah crossing terminal in the southern Gaza Strip earlier this month. Said Khatib/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Graduate Student's Odyssey From Gaza To Indianapolis

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