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Video footage shows what appears to be Kenyan soldiers carrying plastic shopping bags as they leave a supermarket at Westgate Mall during a terrorist attack in Nairobi on Sept. 21. Kenya's security forces have long been rated as among the most corrupt institutions in the country, but even jaded Kenyans were shocked by the CCTV footage. Reuters /Landov hide caption

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In Kenya, Corruption Is Widely Seen, Rarely Punished

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In Kenya, Corruption Is Widely Seen, Rarely Punished

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South Coast Plaza's Bulgari hosted a benefit in Costa Mesa, Calif. Offering amenities like a meditation room, this mall is among the most successful high-end shopping centers in the country. Ryan Miller/Invision/AP hide caption

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Business

How Shopping Malls Are Adapting In An Online World

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How Shopping Malls Are Adapting In An Online World

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Business

The Last Word In Business

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The Last Word In Business

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Melanie Vanderlipe Ramil with her grandmother, who taught her to make the Filipino dish lumpia, in 2009. Courtesy of Melanie Vanderlipe Ramil hide caption

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After Years Of Pasta, Rice Returns To A Filipino Family Kitchen

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Givot Olam CEO Tovia Luskin expects to drill 40 wells and build a pipeline to a refinery on the coast. The company already has "proven and probable" reserves of 12.5 million barrels of oil. Luskin chose where to drill based on a passage from the Bible. Emily Harris/ NPR hide caption

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Israel Dreams Of A Future As An Oil Producer

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Israel Dreams Of A Future As An Oil Producer

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John Brown, the head of Zion Oil & Gas, believes the Bible will help him find oil in Israel. The company, which is listed on Nasdaq, has so far spent $130 million and drilled four dry holes. Brown is shown here at one of the company's drilling rigs in Israel. Courtesy of Zion Oil hide caption

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Drilling For Oil, Based On The Bible: Do Oil And Religion Mix?

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Y'Jazzmin Christopher, 7, takes up target practice at Archery in the Wild in Longmont, Colo. "She used to be a really shy person, but now she's opening socially," says Alicia Christopher, Y'Jazzmin's mom, about her daughter's archery. Grace Hood/KUNC hide caption

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More Girls Target Archery, Inspired By 'The Hunger Games'

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Metro Meteor, a retired racehorse, stands with owners Ron and Wendy Krajewski and one of his paintings at Motters Station Stables in Rocky Ridge, Md., earlier this year. Jeffrey B. Roth/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Sweetness And Light

The Horse Who Picked Up A Paintbrush

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The Horse Who Picked Up A Paintbrush

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