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Red chairs fill a main street in Sarajevo on Friday as the city marks the 20th anniversary of the start of the Bosnian war. Officials lined up 11,541 chairs in 825 rows to represent the 11,541 Sarajevans who were killed during the siege. Amel Emric/AP hide caption

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Bosnia Remembers When The World Looked Away

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Bill Gates addresses an energy innovation summit in Maryland in February. The Microsoft chairman told NPR in an interview for Weekend Edition that teachers should be evaluated, but that the reviews should not be made public. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bill Gates: Making Teacher Evaluations Public 'Not Conducive To Openness'

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An artist's impression of a group of Yutyrannus. The 30-foot-long dinosaurs were covered with downy feathers — likely to keep the animals warm. Dr. Brian Choo/Nature hide caption

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A 'Warm And Fuzzy' Dino? (Yes, But Mind The Teeth)

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Guerrilla grafter Tara Hui grafts a fruiting pear branch onto an ornamental fruit tree in the San Francisco Bay Area. She doesn't want the location known because the grafting is illegal. Lonny Shavelson for NPR hide caption

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Guerrilla Grafters Bring Forbidden Fruit Back To City Trees

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Rascal Flatts is one of the most popular country groups of the last decade. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rascal Flatts: 'Rekindling The Fire' Of Its Country Roots

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Gideon Shoes co-founder Matt Noffs with youth from The Street University, the nonprofit youth center that launched the fair trade company. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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Company Ties Shoes And Ethics Together

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Unalaska's Sgt. Jennifer Schockley has earned fans worldwide for her local police blotter. Alexandra Gutierrez/KUCB hide caption

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Small Town's Police Blotter Is A Riot

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Photographer Mick Rock in New York City, 2011 Michael Loccisano/Getty Images hide caption

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Sex, Drugs And Rock Photography

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