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The government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, shown here addressing the U.N. General Assembly last month, says a newspaper story that civilian officials warned the military of global isolation due to support of militant groups was "fabricated." Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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After A Sensitive Story, A Pakistani Journalist Is Barred From Leaving

A respected Pakistani journalist is forbidden from traveling outside the country as punishment for writing a story about tensions between the military and the elected government.

Months after a 41-day siege on the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, some facilities there remain closed due to ongoing security concerns. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Ore. Community Becomes Unwilling Symbol For Anti-Government Movement

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The Stranger Rob Levit
The Bridge Rob Levit
Missoula Tristeza
Aurora Unwed Sailor
Nauvoo Unwed Sailor
Gambella Mulatu Astatke
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Motherland Abay Mulatu Astatke
Listen to Me, My J. Post Jazz Mistress
May 6 Sound Scientists
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After A Sensitive Story, A Pakistani Journalist Is Barred From Leaving

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Citywide Horticulture Sabzi
Thugs Drink Coffee Sabzi

Claudia Mo, a Hong Kong legislator, expects a new group of young lawmakers in Hong Kong to push back against mainland China. "I think Hong Kong will become even more vibrant on the political front," she says. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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Hong Kong Wrestles With An Identity Crisis

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Approaching the End The Abbasi Brothers
Dreams of a Graffiti Artist The Abbasi Brothers
Fragile Memories Mokhov
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Snake Eyes The Putbacks

Early last month ITT Tech closed its doors on nearly 40,000 students before they could graduate. Where are they now? LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Where Are The 40,000 Students ITT Tech Left Behind When It Closed?

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Settling With Power El Ten Eleven
Cease and Persist El Ten Eleven
Yaruse Nakio No Beat Number Girl
Seven Cities, Two Months Deceptikon
Cursive Swing Deceptikon
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